What Tests Do I Have to Take?
Classes of 2018 and beyond – Tests in English language arts I and II, algebra I, geometry (or integrated mathematics I and II), biology or physical science (class of 2018 only), American history and American government.
Classes of 2015-2017 – American history and American government.
The button below will take you to the Practice Test site. Login and choose a grade to see available practice tests.
How to access practice tests
Please note that students on CHROMEBOOKS should use AirSecureTest
Air Secure Test is accessed by logging out on the Chromebook and clicking apps in the bottom left corner.
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About this Site
This site was put together by John Mansel-Pleydell, M.Ed as a masters project while studying at BGSU in 2014,
Plans are to update the site to make it a go to place for help in preparing students for the Ohio State Tests. Emphasis will be on tools that allow teacher to integrate online assessment into their daily classroom activities. (October 2016)
If you notice a broken link or have a document or site to share then please contact John at NWOCA (419) 267-2541 or email email@example.com
Every attempt is made to provide the most up to date information. No guarantees are given or implied. Information is shared with the understanding that changes are occurring on a weekly basis. Consult your test coordinator on a regular basis as they will have the most up to date information.
Who is visiting the site? Lots of you from all over Ohio.
We have almost 500,000 pageviews since Oct 2014.
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Online Assessment Tools
Ohio’s State Tests in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies
Fall 2016: Grade 3 English language arts, Nov. 7-18; high school end-of-course tests, Dec. 5, 2016-Jan. 13, 2017.
Spring 2017: English language arts, March 13-April 14; mathematics, science and social studies, April 3-May 12.
Ohio Graduation Tests
Fall 2016: Oct. 24-Nov. 6.
Spring 2017: March 13-26.
Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Feb. 20-April 14.