Last Spring, many subscribers requested that student email results from different activities be combined into a single daily email. Some teacher’s email boxes were getting too full with these automated results.
We are proud to announce the launch of this consolidated email feature. Â Starting the evening of Friday, 9/26/08, you will receive a single, nightly email with all the accumulated student email results for that calendar day. Â In addition, in case you want to view these results earlier in the day, we also added a page where you can view all the email results online. You will find this new feature at the top left of the teacher login page under Student Data. It is called Student Email Results.
We hope you find these new features helpful and easy to use. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions or comments.
As you are aware, the South Carolina Department of Education recently revised and approved a new set of course standards for the English I EOCEP. USATestprep has dedicated much time and energy over the past two months editing our content to ensure that our review is the best possible match to these new standards and indicators. As always, this updated review is provided at no extra expense to our current subscribers, and the old standards-based review is still available for those students retesting. We hope that these changes will allow your students to be well-prepared for their end-of-course exam in English I this year.
Welcome Test Quest: The Crusade for Knowledge. To succeed in your quest, you must answer a series of questions, conquer different challenges, and level-up your awesome RPG character.
- Your mission is to accumulate the maximum number of points.
- You receive points for each question answered correctly.
- But watch out – you lose points for each wrong answer!
The Georgia Department of Education recently released the content percentages for the Mathematics I End-of-Course Test. USATestprep has now updated our test review to make sure we directly match this released test composition.
Our Mathematics I online review is now complete. We have worked hard this summer to match the question content, difficulty level, and strand make-up to ensure that you and your students have the best possible review experience for this new EOCT.
Good luck this year with Mathematics I!