This page contains links and information provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Please use the content provided here to familiarize yourself and your student with the upcoming assessments.

## Online Test Simulation

The link below will take you to a simulation of the online tests. This is ONLY a simulation and not scored in any way at all. Again, this is not a practice test…

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## Math

#### Math

• Mathematics Blueprints
• Parent, Student & Teacher Guide
• Performance Level Descriptors
• Test & Item Specifications
• Videos
• Model, write and solve multi-step linear equations with one variable using a variety of methods to solve application problems.
• Graph and interpret the solution to one- and two-step linear equations on a number line with one variable and on a coordinate plane with two variables.
• Predict the effect on the graph of a linear equation when the slope or y-intercept changes.
• Model, write, solve, and graph one- and two-step linear inequalities with one variable.
• Represent and interpret large numbers and numbers less than one in exponential and scientific notation.
• Use the rules of exponents, including integer exponents, to solve problems.
• Simplify numerical expressions with rational numbers, exponents, and parentheses using the order of operations.
• Construct models, sketch, and classify solid figures such as rectangular solids, prisms, cones, cylinders, pyramids, and combined forms.
• Develop and apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of line segments, the shortest distance between two points on a graph, and the length of an unknown side of a right triangle.
• Develop and apply formulas to find the surface area and volume of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cylinders.
• Apply knowledge of ratio and proportion to solve relationships between similar
• geometric figures.
• Select, analyze and apply data displays in appropriate formats to draw conclusions and solve problems.
• Find the measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode, and range) of a set of data and understand why a specific measure provides the most useful information in a given context.

• Parent, Student & Teacher Guide
• Performance Level Descriptors
• Test & Item Specifications
• Videos – a series of playlists based on Standards
• Utilize a variety of strategies to determine literal and non-literal word meanings.
• Analyze idioms and comparisons to infer literal and figurative meanings.
• Determine the purpose for reading a passage.
• Determine the author’s purpose and distinguish between various points of view, the accuracy of the text, and fact/opinion.
• Connect, compare, and contrast ideas, themes, and issues across texts.
• Infer, predict, and generalize ideas.
• Determine the main idea and themes (stated or implied) and recognize the relevance of details.
• Analyze character traits, conflicts, and points of view.
• Analyze structural elements of plot, subplot, and climax.
• Analyze the characteristics of genres and subgenres.
• Interpret figurative language and elements of poetry.
• Interpret literary devices.
• Use appropriate strategies to organize and summarize information.
• Identify instances of persuasion, propaganda, and faulty reasoning in the text.

## Science

### Science

• Parent, Student & Teacher Guide
• Performance Level Descriptors
• Science Blueprints
• Test & Item Specifications
• Videos
• Students consistently demonstrate a thorough understanding of science processes as related to the knowledge and reasoning required for understanding the physical, life, and earth/space sciences.
• As well, students should consistently and thoroughly demonstrate the ability to recognize and use scientific processes (e.g., observing and measuring, classifying, experimenting, interpreting, communicating, and practicing safety).
• Demonstrate a thorough and comprehensive understanding of the scientific processes and consistently apply many different strategies for evaluating, organizing, analyzing, and synthesizing scientific data.