FSA Practice Test
If your child is getting ready to take the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) and needs help preparing, you have come to the right place. Continue reading to learn more about the FSA Test.
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What Is the FSA?The FSA Assessment (Florida Standards Assessments) is replacing the FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) during the current 2014-2015 school year. The FSA Test is used in order to boost standards of student achievement in the state of Florida. In order to determine how well Floridean students are learning the Florida standards, students from 3rd grade through 11th grade will take the FSA Test.
FSA Assessment ContentThe FSA Test assesses students in English Language Arts (ELA) and math. The following table portrays which sections of the FSA Test are administered at each grade.
|Grade||ELA Reading & Listening||ELA Writing||Math|
|3rd Grade|| || |
|4th-8th Grade|| |
|9th-11th Grade|| |
How Many Questions Are on the FSA Test?The table below portrays the amount of questions and allotted time on the FSA Test:
|Grade ||ELA Reading & Listening |
|Sessions||Minutes Per Session||Items*|
|Grade ||ELA Writing** |
|Sessions||Minutes Per Session||Items***|
|Grade ||Math |
|Sessions||Minutes Per Session||Items**|
The FSA Assessment is administered over the course of a few days and may vary by school.
*6-10 of the questions found on each assessment are experimental and are not calculated into the students’ scores.
**If necessary, students may continue to work an extra 30 minutes.
***Students are provided with a choice of two different essay types, of which they are required to select one to write.
FSA Computer-Based TestingStarting in the 2014-2015 school year, FSA Testing is computer-based for grades 5-11 for math and ELA. The ELA writing section is paper-based for all grades. The FSA Test will become computer-based for all grades (including 3rd and 4th) over the next few years. Not including the writing component, the FSA Assessment will be computer-based for all grades by the 2017-2018 school year.
FSA Online Practice TestIt is important to make time to study and prepare for the FSA Assessment with TestPrep-Online. Soon we will offer level-specific, child-friendly FSA Practice Test packs that will help your child prepare for test day. Start preparing for the FSA Test so your child will be confident and ready to succeed on the day of the test.
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