Georgia Middle Curriculum and Test Reviews

Milestones EOG / GSE / GMAS

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Available Georgia Curriculum and Test Reviews

6th GMAS

Grade 6 English Language Arts EOG (GSE)
Grade 6 Mathematics EOG (GSE)
Accelerated Math 6/7A (GSE)
Grade 6 Science EOG
6th Grade Social Studies EOG

7th GMAS

Grade 7 English Language Arts EOG (GSE)
Grade 7 Mathematics EOG (GSE)
Accelerated Math 7B/8 (GSE)
Grade 7 Science EOG
7th Grade Social Studies EOG

8th GMAS

Grade 8 English Language Arts EOG (GSE)
Grade 8 Mathematics EOG (GSE)
Grade 8 Science EOG
Grade 8 Social Studies EOG

SLO/EOC

9th Grade Literature and Composition EOC (GSE)
Algebra I EOC (GSE)
Geometry EOC (GSE)
Accelerated Algebra I / Geometry A (GSE)
Analytic Geometry EOC (GSE)
Coordinate Algebra EOC (GSE)
Biology EOC
Physical Science EOC

Other Tests

Middle School Writing
Romeo and Juliet
NAEP Grade 8 Reading
NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics

Testing Information

Georgia's most current standards are the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) in math and English Language Arts. The GSE are replacing the Georgia Performance standards in science and social studies. Some subjects require middle school students take the Georgia Milestones End of Grade (EOG) tests in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. These include math, science, ELA, and social studies. When a class does not have an EOG, students are required to take assessments to measure progress in Student Learning Objectives (SLO) for that course. Eighth graders must also take the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) tests math and reading.