Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP 2025) Guide : Free Online Guide, Information, Tips, Practice Tests and Strategies – 2018-19

This page provides LEAP 2025 Worksheets, Practice tests, Testing window, Testing times and answers Frequently Asked Questions by Teachers, Parents and Students.

LEAP 2025 BASICS

LEAP 2025 sessions Paper Based Tests [PBT] & Computer Based Tests [CBT]
LEAP testing window ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science :
  • Paper Based Tests (Grades 3 to 4): April 29 – May 3
  • Computer Based Tests (Grades 3 to 8): April 1 – May 3
  • What is the assessment conducted at the end of the year in Louisiana State called?
    What was the earlier assessment conducted before the introduction of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?
    When did Louisiana incorporate Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as a form of the end of the year assessment?
    What is the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) assessment schedule for 2019?
    How many sessions are there for each Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?
    What is the duration of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?
    Is there any break in between the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test sessions?
    What are the question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?
    How are the performance levels assessed in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?
    What is the calculator policy for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?
    How will StepUp® help my child prepare for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?
    What are the resources available to help prepare my child for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test?
    Are there any printable worksheets to help with Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) practice?

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

    The assessment conducted at the end of the year in Louisiana State is called Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP).

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    What was the earlier assessment conducted before the introduction of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

    Louisiana had PAARC assessments for grade K-12 till 2015. Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as assessment for grades K-12 was introduced in 2016-17 academic year.

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    When did Louisiana incorporate Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as a form of the end of the year assessment?

    Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as assessment for grades K-12 was introduced in 2016-17 academic year.

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    What is the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) assessment schedule for 2019?

    LEAP 2025 (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies):

  • Paper Based Tests (Grades 3 to 4): April 29 – May 3
  • Computer Based Tests (Grades 3 to 8): April 1 – May 3
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    How many sessions are there for each Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    There are 3 sessions each for English Language Arts (ELA) and Math in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP).

    English Language Arts (ELA):

  • Session 1 : Research Simulation Task
  • Session 2 : Literary Analysis Task Or Narrative Writing Task
  • Session 3 : Reading Literary and Informational Texts

  • Math: 3 Sessions

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    What is the duration of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    The duration of the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test is as follows:

    ELA:

    Grade 3:
    Session 1: 75 minutes
    Session 2: 75 minutes
    Session 3: 60 minutes

    Grade 4 to 8:
    Session 1: 90 minutes
    Session 2: 90 minutes
    Session 3: 80 minutes

    Math:

    Grade 3 to 5
    Session 1: 75 minutes
    Session 2: 85 minutes
    Session 3: 75 minutes

    Grade 6 to 8
    Session 1: 60 minutes
    Session 2: 90 minutes
    Session 3: 90 minutes

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    Is there any break in between the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test sessions?

    No, there are no breaks in between a single session in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP).

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    What are the question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    The question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test are as follows:

    English Language Arts (ELA):

  • SR: Selected Response Items—students select answer(s); includes multiple-choice items (one- and two-part), Technology Enhanced questions and multiple-select items (items that require more than one correct answer)

  • PCR: Prose Constructed Response—requires an extended written response.

  • Math:

  • Multiple-choice, multiple-select, fill-in-the-blank (or gridded), open-response, and technology-enhanced items (TEIs).

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    How are the performance levels assessed in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

    Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) performance level indicators are :

  • Advanced
  • Mastery
  • Basic
  • Approaching Basic
  • Unsatisfactory
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    What is the calculator policy for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    No Calculator allowed for Grades 3 to 5 and Session 1 of Grade 6 to 8 during Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP). Calculators are allowed only for Session 2 & 3 of Grades 6 to 8.

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    How will StepUp® help my child prepare for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    The Lumos StepUp® provides
    (a) Online access to TWO Full-length Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP2025) Practice Tests.
    (b) Workbooks to practice 30+ Math and 40+ ELA skills.
    (c) Access to parent and student portals.
    (d) Access to Teacher portal.
    (e) Easy-to-use, advanced and real-time reports to help you identify areas of weakness and tailor personalized learning plans for your student.
    (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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    What are the resources available to help prepare my child for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test?

    Get more information about Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) tests and view sample papers at:

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    http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/assessment-guidance

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    Are there any printable worksheets to help with Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) practice?

    Yes, Lumos Learning provide a number of free printable worksheets to help students experience sample questions in the printed format.
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