## Realistic TNReady Rehearsal with standards-aligned online program

### What is the assessment conducted at the end of the year in Tennessee State called?

The assessment conducted at the end of the year in Tennessee State is called TNReady

### When did Tennessee incorporate TNReady as a form of the end of the year assessment?

TNready was introduced in the year 2015-16.

### Why did Tennessee incorporate TNReady as a form of the end of the year assessment for grade K-12?

TNReady test was introduced so that:

• Students develops skills that are in line with college and work expectations
• Promotes real world problem solving
• Better assessment of Student knowledge
• Students spend lesser time in test
• ## Realistic TNReady Rehearsal with standards-aligned online program

### What is the TNReady testing window for 2017-18?

The Test window for TNReady Test is between April 16 to May 4, 2018.

### How many sessions are there for each I TNReady test?

The number of sessions in TNReady Test is as follows:

ELA : 4 Subparts
Math : 3 Subparts

### What is the duration of TNReady test test?

The duration of the TNReady test test is as follows:

ELA :

Subpart 1: 80 minutes
Subpart 2: 43 minutes
Subpart 3: 43 minutes
Subpart 4: 50 minutes

Subpart 1: 80 minutes
Subpart 2: 45 minutes
Subpart 3: 45 minutes
Subpart 4: 52 minutes

Subpart 1: 80 minutes
Subpart 2: 40 minutes
Subpart 3: 40 minutes
Subpart 4: 40 minutes

Subpart 1: 85 minutes
Subpart 2: 50 minutes
Subpart 3: 50 minutes
Subpart 4: 45 minutes

Math:

Subpart 1: 45 minutes
Subpart 2: 30 minutes
Subpart 3: 40 minutes

Subpart 1: 40 minutes
Subpart 2: 35 minutes
Subpart 3: 50 minutes

## Realistic TNReady Rehearsal with standards-aligned online program

### What are the question types in TNReady test?

The question types in TNReady Test include

ELA :
Subpart 1 will be a writing prompt, rest of the subparts will have multiple choice items.

Math:
Consists of multi-step problems (integrated tasks) and multiple choice items.

### How are the performance levels assessed in TNReady Tests?

The performance levels for TNReady are:

• Level 1 (Below): Students demonstrate minimal understanding and nominal ability to apply the knowledge and skills as defined by the Tennessee Standards.
• Level 2 (Approaching): Students demonstrate approaching understanding and partial ability to apply the knowledge and skills as defined by the Tennessee Standards.
• Level 3 (On Track): Students demonstrate comprehensive understanding and thorough ability to apply the knowledge and skills as defined by the Tennessee Standards.
• Level 4 (Mastered): Students demonstrate extensive understanding and expert ability to apply the knowledge and skills as defined by the Tennessee Standards

### What is the calculator policy for TNReady test?

The calculator policy for TNReady test is as follows:

Calculators are not allowed for Subpart 1 but students will be allowed to use calculators for Subpart 2 and Subpart 3.

### What are the standards assessed in TNReady test?

The Tennessee State Standards are accessed in TNReady Tests

### Who is the vendor for TNReady test for the year 2017?

The vendor for TNReady test for 2017 is Questar.
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## Realistic TNReady Rehearsal with standards-aligned online program

### How will StepUp® help my child prepare for TNReady test?

The Lumos StepUp® provides
(b) Workbooks to practice 30+ Math and 40+ ELA skills.
(f) Student-centric approach, combined with instant feedback boosts student confidence and improves learning outcomes.
(g) StepUp® program can be accessed through a number of devices that include, PC, tablet and smartphones and it is available 24×7. This convenience helps enabling anywhere learning.

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