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The Oklahoma Student Testing Program oversees the assessments given for students in grades 3-8, the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT), and the End-of-Course Examinations that students take in high school. These assessments are required by state and federal law. They are criterion-referenced tests in that the content of the test is referenced to the curriculum, or the criteria, that is taught in Oklahoma.

Students in grades 3-8 take yearly assessments in Reading and Mathematics as part of the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT). Additionally, students in grade 5 take Writing, Social Studies and Science. In grade 7 students also take Geography. In grade 8 students also take Science, U.S. History and Writing.

During high school students are required to take the ACE English II, ACE English II, ACE Algebra I, ACE Algebra II, ACE Geometry, ACE Biology I, and ACE US History. These are End-of-Instruction (EOI) assessments. All these tests are aligned to the standards designed in the Oklahoma Priority Academic Student Skills, which is the state curriculum.

Format of the OCCT

Students in grades 3-8 who take the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests in Reading and Mathematics have a multiple-choice format exam. For the Geography and Science assessments students are also given multiple-choice questions. In grades 7 and 8 the assessments are given in a computer-based format, unless a student requires an accommodation for a paper and pencil version. The paper-and-pencil versions of the OCCT’s are given in April and the online version is given in early May.

For students in grades 5 and 8 who take the Writing Assessment they are asked to respond to two essay prompts. The prompts will require students to read passages and base their responses on the reading selection. One essay prompt is a field test and will not be scored, although students will not know which of the two that is. Students will write in either a narrative or informative/explanatory style. The Writing Assessment is administered in February.

Taking the OCCT

Students in grades 3-8 who take the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests in Reading and Mathematics have a multiple-choice format exam. For the Geography and Science assessments students are also given multiple-choice questions. In grades 7 and 8 the assessments are given in a computer-based format, unless a student requires an accommodation for a paper and pencil version. The paper-and-pencil versions of the OCCT’s are given in April and the online version is given in early May.

For students in grades 5 and 8 who take the Writing Assessment they are asked to respond to two essay prompts. The prompts will require students to read passages and base their responses on the reading selection. One essay prompt is a field test and will not be scored, although students will not know which of the two that is. Students will write in either a narrative or informative/explanatory style. The Writing Assessment is administered in February.

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