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Free NJSLA Practice Test

Measure Your Student’s New Jersey-SLA Test Readiness In 5 Minutes

Identify critical proficiency gaps in Math & ELA Standards

Get instant results with comprehensive feedback

Familiarize students with new item types for NJSLA 2021-22

Eliminates test anxiety and boosts student confidence with access to the realistic NJSLA testing environment

NJSLA Practice Test & Sample Questions for Grades 3-8 and High School

FREE NJSLA practice tests and sample questions for Math and Language Arts assessments(ELA). Updated for 2020-2021 NJSLA assessment practice. Includes standards-aligned tech-enhanced questions that mirror NJSLA testing items. Try them now!

Lumos NJSLA Assessment Practice resources includes hundreds of grade specific and standards aligned questions in both Math & English language arts literacy. These resources are designed to familiarize students with the new NJSLA assessments of 2020-2021.

Students can practice the new item types and get instant feedback along with diagnostic reports. The resources included here are a part of the Lumos SkillBuilder and NJSLA Practice. It is ideal for diagnosing student learning difficulties, intervention, remedial programs and standardized test preparation.


Resources To Help Students Succeed On NJSLA

Frequently Asked Questions

The new state assessments in New Jersey is called as New Jersey Student Learning Assessment (NJSLA).

Computer Administration Window:
Grade 3 thru 9: April 25, 2022 to June 3, 2022

Paper Administration Window:
Grade 3 thru 9: April 25, 2022 to May 6, 2022

Computerbased test CBT or as a paperbased test PBT.

Grades 5, 8, and 11.

    The short term goals for changing the state assessments is five fold. These are:

  • Reduction in testing time by 25%
  • Ensure timely, actionable data
  • Streamline graduation requirements
  • Clarify rules for English Language Learners assessment
  • Reduce impact on Teacher and leader evaluation

    Applying skills and concepts, understanding multistep problems that require abstract reasoning, modeling realworld problems, precision, perseverance, and strategic use of tools.

    Any time.