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Learn about the Michigan MEAP and MME tests including the importance of the test, when it is typically taken and programs SchoolTutoring Academy offers to help prepare for this test.

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Understanding the MEAP and MME

The Assessment program designed by the Michigan Department of Education serves many purposes. Test data is used to determine student’s levels of proficiency, where students need additional instructional support, for teacher efficacy data and for school snapshots of performance. These tests are used to determine Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) which is federally required information under the No Child Left Behind Act and shows the progress of students at each school.

Format of the MEAP and MME

The Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) tests for grades 3-8 include multiple-choice and short-response answer questions. The test is meant to determine if a child has been learning from instruction based on the Curriculum Frameworks over their school years. There are two days of testing in Reading, two days of testing in Writing, one day in Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. For students with disabilities, appropriate testing accommodations are offered.

Taking the MEAP and MME

The Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) tests are given in multiple-choice and short-response formats. For the Reading Assessment skills covered will include: meaning/communication, language, literature, skills/processes, genre and critical thinking skills. The Mathematics Assessment covers topics on: patterns/relationships, geometry/measurement, data analysis/statistics, numerical concepts, algebra, probability and discrete mathematics.