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Description: The OLSAT, according to Harcourt Brace, is designed to measure ". . " National Standardized Tests The following two teststhe National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)are national tests that are annually or periodically administered to statistically significant student samples in each state that participates in the testing program. The aim is to gain statistical information about the level of American student achievement.

Maria Pedro Jean Kim The correct answer is B. The correct answer is B. *The NH, or ''Not Here," option is used carefully in Stanford 9. Any items that could possibly have another answer, such as an unreduced fraction, do not have the NH option.

Note, again, that this is a general result that tells us nothing about the individual performance of Joe Anybody in Streetsmart, Tennessee. < previous page page_34 next page > < previous page page_35 next page > Page 35 The Voluntary National Test Program President Clinton's Voluntary National Test Program continues to draw both intense support and opposition in the Congress and among citizens at large. The heart of this controversy is the establishment of the national standards that these tests are designed to assess.

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