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The CenterPoint Interim Assessments have been designed to maximize instructional time and minimize testing time. After administering an assessment, educators will receive immediate feedback from the computer-scored items and will have the opportunity to hand-score the constructed-response items using the scoring rubrics to help ensure scoring consistency. This information can then be analyzed to inform curriculum and instructional decisions.
In Grades 3-8 and in Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2, each interim contains 16 questions that vary in complexity levels. The content assessed in Interims A, B, and C is unique.
See the Blueprint and Test Map documents for more detailed information about the standards assessed on each interim.
To begin, review your local instructional calendar. Consider the first and last instructional days, time spent on curriculum units, school holidays, other assessment windows, and the time teachers need to analyze the data and plan for instruction. Each assessment is designed to be completed in one class period and should take between 45 minutes and one hour.