MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) is a 3-part test covering Reading, Language Usage, and Math. Using a computer, you will take MAP in the fall and in the spring.
WHAT DOES MAP DO?
MAP scores are your school growth chart showing how much you have grown in Reading, Language, and Math skills. When you take a MAP test, you get a score called a RIT.
Does everyone take the same test?
Yes, everyone takes the same MAP test, but the questions in the MAP test are different for every student. The computer program picks different questions if you are getting answers right or if you are having some trouble with answers. This way the computer creates a test and a MAP score just for you!
WARM UP TEST
Students, click the link below to take the warm-up test.
Grade 3-8 Warm Up Test
2nd grade warm-up test
To take a test
On a Chromebook, use the "MAP Chromebook Testing App"
Your teacher will give you a testing session name and testing session password.
_Test Log In Screen