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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.

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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.