Can teacher get the MAP test their students take ?
Thanks for reaching out with your question Salma. I am not clear on what exactly what you are asking. Are you asking if you can see the test itself or are you asking if you can see the results for the tests that your students take? If your inquiry concerns viewing the actual test questions that your students see as they test, no that is not possible. If you want to see a practice test, however, you can access that via your login for the MAP teacher site. (See the image below.)
In addition, you can see sample test questions by accessing the RIT Reference Charts using the following links.
RIT Reference (Sample Questions)
– Standard (42 pages)
– Common Core (37 pages)
If you are asking about viewing your students' test results you would do that by accessing the MAP teacher site and viewing the reports available. The MAP Assessment Coordinator for your school or district should be able to provide you with your user name and password for this as well as instructions on how to view the data. To see information about the various reports that are available you can use the following links. MAP Reports Summary (2 pages) or MAP Reports Reference (58 pages)
If you need further help you may want to reach out to the NWEA Support Team for more detailed information.
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