MAP Exams & Workbooks
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)
- MAP is a computer randomized test.
- MAP test offers NO test records, so the student may repeat the same errors over and over again.
- MAP is an adaptive test (incrementally difficult or easy)
- MAP is used calibrate students' proficiency in math, reading, and grammar usage.
The Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment is designed to measure a student’s academic achievement and growth over time in reading and mathematics. Together with other classroom-based information, MAP results can help teachers make instructional decisions that match the needs of each child.
MAP tests are unique because they adapt to your child’s level of learning. If your child answers a question correctly, the next question is more challenging. If they answer incorrectly, the next one is easier.
Although the tests are not timed, the typical length of time for the MAP test is
45 - 50 minutes for 40 - 43 questions per content area.
MAP is a computer adaptive assessment. In a computer adaptive assessment, as a student responds to questions, the test responds to the student, adjusting up or down the difficulty of the questions presented to the student. This creates a personalized assessment for every student.
MAP Growth is the most trusted and innovative assessment for measuring achievement and growth in K–12 math, reading, language usage, and science.
Each set of subject/level follow the same structure, which has 36 booklets, with around 100 questions in each booklet.
For example, if you purchase MAP-M 260+, you will receive a total of 36 booklets.
Each booklet carry 100 questions with detailed explanations.