Client-Server MAP: Missing levels on paper-pencil (ALT) test answer sheet

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Which test should we administer if the student's paper-pencil (ALT) answer sheet is missing levels?

Students who have taken ALT previously should have an alphanumeric level listed on their answer sheet, indicating which test to administer. If the student has not yet taken an ALT test, they should take a locator test to determine the correct test level. See Client-Server MAP: Paper-pencil (ALT) locator tests.

If the student has tested previously, and they are missing levels on their answer sheet, it is likely that their previous test was invalid (possibly because the test was too easy or too hard for the student and we were unable to determine a valid RIT score). When this happens, NWEA uploads a recommended retest report, and emails your MAP Coordinator with instructions on how to retrieve the report from the Reports site.

If you never received this email or are otherwise unable to retrieve the retest report, please contact NWEA Partner Support.

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