High School Proficiency Test (HSPT 11)
Thread poster: fareedeh ghassemi

fareedeh ghassemi
Local time: 08:53
English to Farsi (Persian)
Dec 8, 2005

Are some one familiar with the following test or have participated in it at high school?
The New Jersey Department of Education administered the High School Proficiency Test (HSPT 11) from 1993 to 2001 to all New Jersey eleventh grade students. Test consists of three sections--Reading, Mathematics, and Writing--and must be passed as one of the requirements for a high school diploma. Those students classified as special education (SE), limited English proficient (LEP) could use special accommodation for example BRAILLE (for SE) or using bilingual dictionary (for LEP).


 

fareedeh ghassemi
Local time: 08:53
English to Farsi (Persian)
TOPIC STARTER
some one kindly sent me the needed information Dec 9, 2005

Manager of the New Jersy HSPA site sent me the bellow information which may be useful for others:
Please go to http://www.nj.gov/njded/assessment/hs/sra2/scoring/MonishaResults.htm to see an example of an individual high school student report.For more on Interpreting Test Results, see http://www.njpep.org/tutorials/interpreting_results/index.html.
With regard to HSPA and HSPT11, please see http://www.nj.gov/njded/assessment/schedule.shtml which gives the schedule for this academic year. Note that the HSPT11 is phased out and has been replaced by the HSPA.


 


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