Testing Information

Srudents
  • This page contains information about the various tests students take throughout the school year.

    The charts show the assessments that teachers are required to administer, by grade level, from Kindergarten through 12th grade.

    More information about each test can be found in the alphabetical listing below.

    Please direct any questions to your principal.

Elementary School Tests

These charts show assessments teachers are required to administer, by grade level.

Middle School Tests

High School Tests

  • These tests are taken at the end of certain high school courses, regardless of student's grade level:

    • NCDPI End-of-Course Tests (Math I, Biology, English II)
    • NCDPI Career-Technical Education Tests (various courses)
    • NCDPI Final Exams (various courses)
    • Advanced Placement tests (various AP courses; optional)
    • International Baccalaureate tests (various IB courses)

    10th grade

    • Students must take the Pre-ACT.
    • PISA/OECD Test for Schools are administered to a sample of selected 15-year-old students in selected schools in the spring.

    11th grade

    • All students must take the ACT in the spring. 
    • A sample of 11th grade students in selected schools take CWRA+ in the spring.
    • Students may take the PSAT.

    12th grade

    • Students in 12th grade pursuing a CTE Concentration take the ACT WorkKeys in the spring.

     

Test Information

  • ACT

  • ACT WorkKeys

  • Advanced Placement tests

  • CWRA+ (College Work Readiness Assessment)

  • i-Ready - Mathematics

  • i-Ready - Reading

  • International Baccalaureate tests

  • Kindergarten Entry Assessment

  • mCLASS

  • NCDPI Beginning of Grade 3 Reading Test

  • NCDPI Career-Technical Education Tests

  • NCDPI End of Grade Mathematics Test

  • NCDPI End of Grade Reading Test

  • NCDPI End of Grade Science Test

  • NCDPI End-of-Course Tests

  • NCDPI End-of-Year Summative Math Assessment

  • NCDPI NC Final Exams (NCFEs)

  • Number Knowledge Test

  • OECD Test for Schools

  • Pre-ACT

  • PSAT

  • SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)