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School

3
3
3
ATS Class

Book 2
Book 1
sample3
sample2
sample1
Last_Name

State Benchmark
First_Name

Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)                          ID

Scale Score
Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students

Perf_Level
33
11
4B
B
Item 1

A1 STRAND -Number Sense and
Operations 3.N02 Read and write whole
numbers to 1,000 details
53.0
86.3
33.3
1
C
C
C
C

A2 Measurement 3.M02 Use a
Item 2

ruler/yardstick to measure to the nearest
standard unit
81.2
81.2

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A
A
A
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Item 3

A3 Measurement 3.M07 Count and
represent combined coins and dollars,
using currency symbols (\$0.00)
67.9
67.9
1
B
B
B
Item 4

A4 Number Sense and Operations 3.N06
Use and explain the commutative
76.7
76.7
C
C
C
C

A5 Number Sense and Operations
Item 5

3.N18 Use a variety of strategies to add
and subtract 3-digit numbers (with and
without regrouping)
69.2
69.2
1
B
B
B
Item 6

A6 Number Sense and Operations 3.N16
Identify odd and even numbers
46.5
46.5

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Last_Name

State Benchmark
First_Name

1
B
B
B

A7 Geometry 3.G05 Identify and
construct lines of symmetry

81.1
81.1
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
C
C
C
Item 7 Item 8

A8 Measurement 3.M07 Count and
represent combined coins and dollars,
using currency symbols (\$0.00)

54.0
54.0

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
2
A
A
A

A9Number Sense and Operations 3.N06
Item 9

Use and explain the commutative
84.7
84.7
A
A
A
A
Item 10

A10 Algebra 3.A02 Describe and extend
numeric (+, -) and geometric patterns
86.4
86.4
1
1
C
C

A11Number Sense and Operations
Item 11

3.N19 Develop fluency with single-digit
multiplication facts
40.7
40.7
1
C
C
C

A12Number Sense and Operations
Item 12

3.N03 Compare and order numbers to
1,000
56.3
56.3
3
B
B
B

A13 3.N21 Use the area model, tables,
Item 13

patterns, arrays, and doubling to provide

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67.2
67.2
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1
D
D
D

A14 Number Sense and Operations
Item 14

3.N13 Recognize fractional numbers as
equal parts of a whole
81.8
81.8
3
D
D
D

A15 3.N10 Develop an understanding of
Item 15

fractions as part of a whole unit and as
parts of a collection
66.9
66.9
4
A
A
A

A16Measurement 3.M01 Select tools
Item 16

and units (customary) appropriate for
the length measured
43.9
43.9
1
D
D
D
Item 17

A173.G01 Define and use correct
terminology when referring to shapes
77.1
77.1

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Book 2
Book 1
sample3
sample2
sample1
Last_Name

State Benchmark
First_Name

B
B
B
B

Item 18
A18 Number Sense and Operations

Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
3.N07 Use 1 as the identity element for
multiplication

70.8
70.8
C
C
C
C
A19 Algebra 3.A01 Use the symbols <,
Item 19

>, and = to compare whole numbers and

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
unit fractions

65.3
65.3
B
B
B
B

3.N10 Develop an understanding of
Item 20

fractions as part of a whole unit and as
parts of a collection
80.0
80.0
4
C
C
C

A21Geometry 3.G04 Identify the faces
Item 21

on a three-dimensional shape as two-
dimensional shapes
87.7
87.7
3
B
B
B
Item 22

A22 Measurement 3.M09 Tell time to the
minute, using digital and analog clocks
61.0
61.0
4
1
C
C
Item 23

A23Algebra 3.A02 Describe and extend
numeric (+, -) and geometric patterns
44.0
44.0
3
1

D
D

A24 Algebra 3.A01 Use the symbols <,

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>, and = to compare whole numbers and
Item 24

unit fractions
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46.6
46.6
1
1
D
D

A25Statistics and Probability 3.S07
Item 25

Read and interpret data in bar graphs
and pictographs
32.8
32.8

Number of A
4
1
4
4

Number of B
6
3
8
8

Number of C
5
4
8
8

Number of D
4
0
4
5

Total MC correct
17
19
8
24
25

% MC Correct
68%
76%
32%
96%
100%

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Book 2
Book 1
sample3
sample2
sample1
Last_Name

State Benchmark
First_Name

A26 3.N18 Use a variety of strategies to

Item 26
add and subtract 3-digit numbers (with

3)
and without regrouping)

Distance from benchmark (Lvl 0.43
0.76
0.33
0
0
1
2
Item 27

A27 3.G01 Define and use correct

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
terminology when referring to shapes

-0.48
0.85
1.33
2
0
2
2

A28 3.N18 Use a variety of strategies to
Item 28

add and subtract 3-digit numbers (with
and without regrouping)
0.25
0.59
0.33
0
0
1
2

A29 Statistics and Probability 3.S07
Item 29

Read and interpret data in bar graphs
and pictographs
-0.04
0.63
0.67
0
0
2
2
Item 30

A30 Algebra 3.A02 Describe and extend
numeric (+, -) and geometric patterns
-0.23
1.77
2.00
2
1
3
3

A31 Statistics and Probability 3.S05
Item 31

Display data in pictographs and bar
graphs
0.78
1.78
1.00
0
0
3
3

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Total CR points scored
6
4
1
12
14

% of possible CR points obtained
40%
29%
7%
86%
100%

Comment
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School

401
401
401
Class

Book 3
Book 2
Book 1
ATS Class

State benchmark
sample3
sample2
sample1
Last_Name

Last_Name

Distance from benchmark
First_Name
First_Name
ID

ID
score

Scale Score
633
703
662
Lvl

Level
2C
4C
3C
C
a1

4.N02 Read and write whole numbers to
10,000
98.8
100.0
3

-1.2
b

B
B
B
a2

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4.M02 Use a ruler to measure to the
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nearest standard unit
99.5
99.5
4
a

A
A
a3

4.N26 Round numbers less than 1,000 to
the nearest tens and hundreds
95.8
95.8
2
4
a

A
a4

4.N20 Develop fluency in multiplying and
dividing multiples of 10 and 100 up to
1,000
97.4
97.4
2
c

C
C
a5

4.G04 Find the area of a rectangle by
counting the number of squares needed
to cover the rectangle
95.3
95.3
b

B
B
B
a6

4.N02 Read and write whole numbers to
10,000
93.9
93.9
c

C
C
C
a7

4.N13 Develop an understanding of the
properties of odd/even numbers as a
result of multiplication
86.1
86.1

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Last_Name

Last_Name

stance from benchmark
First_Name

First_Name
c

C
C
C
a8
3.N19 Develop fluency with single digit
multiplication facts

98.2
98.2
b

B
B
B
a9
3.N20 Use a variety of strategies to solve
multiplication problems with factors up to
12 x 12

97.8
97.8
4
c

C
C
a10

4.G01 Identify and name polygons,
92.8
92.8
2
a

A
A
a11

4.N17 Use multiplication and division as
inverse operations to solve problems
98.7
98.7
2
a

A
A
a12

4.S06 Formulate conclusions and make
predictions from graphs
54.6
54.6
4
c

C
C
a13

4.N04 Understand the place value
structure of the base ten number system
90.0
90.0
d

D
D
D

3.A01 Use the symbols <, >, and = (with
a14

and without the use of a number line) to
compare whole numbers and unit
fractions
98.3
98.3

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D
D
D
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a15

4.N06 Understand, use, and explain the
associative property of multiplication
94.4
94.4
3
a

A
A
a16

4.M04 Select tools and units appropriate
to the mass of the object being measured
77.1
77.1
a

A
A
A
a17

4.A05 Analyze a pattern or a whole-
number function and state the rule, given
a table or an input/output box
96.0
96.0
4
2
c

C
a18

4.N27 Check reasonableness of an
88.4
88.4
d

D
D
D
a19

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3.N15 Compare and order unit fractions
85.5
85.5

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First_Name

First_Name

3
3
3
b
a20
4.M01 Select tools and units (customary
and metric) appropriate for the length
being measured

70.9
70.9
3
b

B
B
4.A02 Use the symbols <, >, =, and ≠ (with
a21
and without the use of a number line) to
compare whole numbers and unit
fractions and decimals

89.9
89.9
3
b

B
B
a22

3.G02 Identify congruent and similar
figures
89.1
89.1
4
c

C
C
a23

3.N14 Explore equivalent fractions
84.7
84.7
3
4
4
b
a24

4.M09 Calculate elapsed time in hours and
half hours,
84.3
84.3
4
1
b

B
a25

4.N22 Interpret the meaning of remainders
88.9
88.9
1
c

C
C
a26

4.S05 Develop and make predictions that
are based on data
66.2
66.2

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a27

4.N15 Select appropriate computational
and operational methods to solve
problems
94.4
94.4
1
b

B
B
a28

3.N14 Explore equivalent fractions
73.4
73.4
a

A
A
A
a29

4.A01 Evaluate and express relationships
using open sentences with one operation
80.6
80.6
3
d

D
D
a30

4.G02 Identify points and line segments
when drawing a plane figure
90.7
90.7

5
4
5
6

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6
5
8

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Last_Name

Last_Name

stance from benchmark
First_Name

First_Name

2
7
6
7

3
4
4
4
Total Correct

18
12
21
20
25
Total MC % MC

Percent Correct
71%
48%
84%
80%
100%
a31

4.N14 Use a variety of strategies to add
and subtract numbers up to 10,000
-0.26
1.92
1.67
1
2
2
2
a32

4.N18 Use a variety of strategies to
multiply two-digit numbers by one-digit
numbers
-1.22
1.88
0.67
0
2
0
2
a33

4.M08 Make change, using combined
coins and dollar amounts
-0.72
1.72
1.00
0
2
1
2
a34

4.M03 Know and understand equivalent
standard units of length:
-0.78
1.78
1.00
0
2
1
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a35

area of a rectangle by counting the
number of squares needed to cover the
rectangle
-1.17
2.50
1.33
0
1
3
3
a36

4.N22 Interpret the meaning of remainders
-1.09
1.76
0.67
0
2
0
2
a37

4.N17 Use multiplication and division as
inverse operations to solve problems
-0.28
1.95
1.67
1
2
2
2
a38

4.A04 Describe, extend, and make
and geometric patterns
-0.90
1.57
0.67
0
2
0
2
a39

4.S03 Represent data using tables, bar
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graphs, and pictographs
0.40
2.60
3.00
3
3
3
3

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a40
4.N18 Use a variety of strategies to
multiply two-digit numbers by one-digit
numbers

-0.59
1.92
1.33
1
2
1
2
a41

4.G03 Find perimeter of polygons by

-0.26
1.92
1.67
1
2
2
2
a42

4.M08 Make change, using combined
coins and dollar amounts
-0.47
1.81
1.33
1
2
1
2
a43

4.A05 Analyze a pattern or a whole-
number function and state the rule, given
a table or an input/output box
-2.19
2.86
0.67
0
2
0
3
a44

3.N20 Use a variety of strategies to solve
multiplication problems with factors up to
12 x 12
-0.76
2.76
2.00
2
3
1
3
a45

4.A04 Describe, extend, and make
and geometric patterns
-1.15
1.81
0.67
0
2
0
2
a46

4.N21 Use a variety of strategies to divide
two-digit dividends by one-digit divisors
-0.87
1.87
1.00
1
2
0
2

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a47

4.S03 Represent data using tables, bar
graphs, and pictographs
0.06
1.94
2.00
2
2
2
2
a48

4.N06 Understand, use, and explain the
associative property of multiplication
-0.24
1.90
1.67
1
2
2
2
CR

Points on CR
24
14
37
21
40
% CR

Percent Correct-Constructed Response
93%
53%

60%
35%
100%

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School
School

Gr

5
5
5
ATS
ATS Class

Last

Book 2
Book 1
Sample3
Sample2
Sample 1
Last_Name

Total Correct
First

Percent Correct

Number of cases
First_Name

State Benchmark (Lvl 3)
Distance from Benchmark
OSIS

OSIS
SS

Scale Score
PL

Perf_Level
A1 Number Sense and Operations 5.N03
14
c

3C
3C

Understand the place value structure of the
base ten number system
Item 1

10 ones = 1 ten
10 tens = 1 hundred
0
61.9
66.7
2

-4.8
3
d

D
D
Item 2

A2 Geometry 4.G07 Identify points and
rays when drawing angles
-15.5
51.2
66.7
2
c

C
C
C

A3 Number Sense and Operations 5.N11
Understand that percent means part of 100,
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decimals
95.3
100.0
3

-4.7
1
3
d
D

A4 Number Sense and Operations 4.N19
Use a variety of strategies to multiply two-
Item 4

digit numbers by two- digit numbers (with
and without regrouping)
15.7
49.0
33.3
1

A5 Algebra 4.A02 Use the symbols <, >, =,
1
d

D
D

and ≠ (with and without the use of a
number line) to compare whole numbers
Item 5

and unit fractions and decimals (up to
hundredths)
62.8
66.7
2

-3.9
4
b

B
B

A6 Statistics and Probability 5.S03
Item 6

Calculate the mean for a given set of data
and use to describe a set of data
-33.8
32.9
66.7
2

A7 Number Sense and Operations 4.N08
1
c

C
C

Recognize and generate equivalent
fractions (halves, fourths, thirds, fifths,
Item 7

sixths, and tenths) using manipulatives,
visual models, and illustrations
-48.2
18.5
66.7
2

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3
b

B
B
A8 Number Sense and Operations 4.N25

Item 8
Add and subtract decimals to tenths and
hundredths using a hundreds chart

58.2
66.7
2

-8.5
d

D
D
D
A9 Geometry 5.G11 Identify and draw

Item 9
lines of symmetry of basic geometric
shapes

-45.4
54.6
100.0
3
d

D
D
D
Item 10
A10 Measurement 5.M07 Calculate
elapsed time in hours and minutes

-38.1
61.9
100.0
3
c

C
C
C
Item 11

A11 Geometry 5.G09 Identify pairs of
congruent triangles

-23.0
77.0
100.0
3
4
c

C
C

A12 Algebra 5.A07 Create and explain
Item 12

patterns and algebraic relationships (e.g.,
2,4,6,8...) algebraically: 2n (doubling)

4.1
70.8
66.7
2
1
3
b
B

A13 Number Sense and Operations 5.N22
Item 13

Add and subtract mixed numbers with like
denominators
27.0
33.3
1

-6.3
a

A
A
A
Item 14

A14 Geometry 5.G01 Calculate the
perimeter of regular and irregular polygons
93.9
100.0
3

-6.1
2
a

A
A

A15 Number Sense and Operations 4.N11
Item 15

Read and write decimals to hundredths
using money as a context
22.4
89.1
66.7
2
3
d

D
D
Item 16

A16 Algebra 5.A06 Evaluate the perimeter
formula for given input values
-36.2
30.5
66.7
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A17 Number Sense and Operations 5.N18
4
b

B
B
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Evaluate an arithmetic expression using
order of operations including multiplication,
Item 17

parentheses
-28.9
37.8
66.7
2
1
b

B
B
Item 18

A18 Measurement 5.M05 Convert
measurement within a given system
-38.4
28.3
66.7
2
2
d

D
D

A19 Statistics and Probability 5.S02
Item 19

Display data in a line graph to show an
increase or decrease over time
0.2
66.9
66.7
2
4
a

A
A
Item 20

A20 Number Sense and Operations 5.N09
Compare fractions using <, >, or =
-26.7
40.0
66.7
2
2
c

C
C

A21 Number Sense and Operations 5.N24
Item 21

Round numbers to the nearest hundredth
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and up to 10,000
-11.2
55.5
66.7
2
a

A
A
A
Item 22
A22 Geometry 5.G09 Identify pairs of
congruent triangles

92.2
100.0
3

-7.8
3
2
d
D
A23 Number Sense and Operations 4.N23

Item 23
Add and subtract proper fractions with
common denominators

21.6
54.9
33.3
1
4
c

C
C
Item 24
A24 Geometry 5.G01 Calculate the
perimeter of regular and irregular polygons

-36.8
29.9
66.7
2
1
b

B
B
A25 Number Sense and Operations 5.N20
Convert improper fractions to mixed
Item 25

numbers, and mixed numbers to improper
fractions

-29.7
37.0
66.7
2
3
a

A
A
Item 26

A26 Geometry 5.G02 Identify pairs of
similar triangles
65.8
66.7
2

5
2
5
5

5
0
6
6

5
3
6
6

6
2
8
8

Total Correct
18
21
7
25
25
Total MC % MC

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Percent Correct
71%
84%
28%
100%
100%
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A27 Statistics and Probability 5.S03
Item 27

Calculate the mean for a given set of data
and use to describe a set of data
1.09
1.33
2
0
2

-0.2
2

A28 Algebra 5.A07 Create and explain
Item 28

patterns and algebraic relationships (e.g.,
2,4,6,8...) algebraically: 2n (doubling)
1.12
1.67

-0.5
2
0
3
3
Item 29

A29 Measurement 5.M08 Measure and
draw angles using a protractor
1.0
1.04
0.00
0
0
0
2

A30 Number Sense and Operations 5.N11
Understand that percent means part of 100,
Item 30

and write percents as fractions and
decimals
0.84
1.00
1
0
2
3

-0.2

A31 Geometry 5.G11 Identify and draw
Item 31

lines of symmetry of basic geometric
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shapes
0.87
1.00
1
0
2
2

-0.1
Item 32
A32 Statistics and Probability 4.S04 Read
and interpret line graphs

1.27
1.67
3
1
1
3

-0.4
Item 33
A33 Measurement 5.M03 Measure to the
nearest centimeter

1.66
2.00
2
2
2
2

-0.3
Item 34
A34 Geometry 5.G01 Calculate the
perimeter of regular and irregular polygons

1.67
2.33
3
1
3
3

-0.7
Total CR

11
14
4
15
20
Total CR % CR

55%                          % CR
70%
20%
75%
100%

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School

6
6
6
6
ATS Class

Book 2
Book 1
sample3
sample2
sample1

State benchmark
Last_Name

Distance from benchmark
First_Name

OSIS

Scale Score

Perf_Level
3
3
2
3

A
A
A
A
Item 1

A1 Algebra 5.A04 Solve simple one-step
equations using basic whole-number facts
-24.2
75.8
100.0
3
3
4

B
B

A2 Number Sense and Operations 6.N21
Find multiple representations of rational
Item 2

numbers (fractions, decimals, and percents
0 to 100)
35.4
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3

D
D

A3 Number Sense and Operations 6.N13
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Item 3

absolute value of rational numbers
(including positive and negative)
58.0
58.0
C
C
C
C

A4 Geometry 6.G04 Determine the volume
Item 4

of rectangular prisms by counting cubes
and develop the formula
58.0
58.0
C
C
C
C
Item 5

A5 Number Sense and Operations 6.N07
Express equivalent ratios as a proportion
77.8
77.8
B
B
B
B
Item 6

A6 Statistics and Probability 5.S06 Record
experiment results using fractions/ratios
65.4
65.4
2
4

C
C

A7 Algebra 5.A03 Substitute assigned
Item 7

values into variable expressions and
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evaluate using order of operations
49.4
49.4
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4
C
C
C
A8 Statistics and Probability 5.S07 Create
a sample space and determine the

Item 8
probability of a single event, given a simple
experiment (e.g., rolling a number cube)

71.1
71.1
4
1

C
C                        A9 Geometry 6.G07 Determine the area
Item 9

and circumference of a circle, using the
appropriate formula

61.8
61.8
D
D
D
D

A10 Measurement 6.M05 Identify
Item 10

equivalent metric units of capacity (milliliter
to liter and liter to milliliter)

78.1
78.1
1
2

C
C

A11 Number Sense and Operations 6.N18
Item 11

Add, subtract, multiply and divide mixed
numbers with unlike denominators
40.5
40.5
1

D
D
D

A12 Geometry 5.G13 Plot points to form
Item 12

basic geometric shapes (identify and
classify)
77.8
77.8
D
D
D
D

A13 Algebra 6.A02 Use substitution to
evaluate algebraic expressions (may
Item 13

include exponents of one, two, and three)
58.5
58.5
1
B
B
B

A14 Number Sense and Operations 6.N19
Item 14

Identify the multiplicative inverse (reciprocal)
of a number
37.5
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A15 Statistics and Probability 6.S05
Item 15

Determine the mean, mode and median for
a given set of data
45.7
45.7
3
2
3
D
Item 16

A16 Number Sense and Operations 6.N26
Estimate a percent of quantity (0% to 100%)
25.2
25.2
2
C
C
C

A17 Algebra 6.A06 Evaluate formulas for
given input values (circumference, area,
Item 17

volume, distance, temperature, interest,
etc.)
80.7
80.7
C
C
C
C

A18 Number Sense and Operations 6.N23
Item 18

Represent repeated multiplication in
exponential form
94.0
94.0
2

D
D
D

A19 Measurement 6.M03 Identify
equivalent customary units of capacity (cups
Item 19

to pints, pints to quarts, and quarts to
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34.9
34.9
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A
A
A
Item 20
A20 Statistics and Probability 6.S07 Read
and interpret graphs

69.3
69.3
D
D
D
D
A21 Number Sense and Operations 6.N25
Evaluate expressions having exponents
Item 21

where the power is an exponent of one,
two, or three

72.2
72.2
1

B
B
B

Item 22

diameter, chords, and central angles of a
circle

56.9
56.9
2
2

D
D

A23 Number Sense and Operations 6.N16
Item 23

Add and subtract fractions with unlike
denominators
26.0
26.0
1
D
D
D
Item 24

A24 Number Sense and Operations 6.N09
Solve proportions using equivalent fractions
61.5
61.5
2

A
A
A

A25 Statistics and Probability 5.S05 List
Item 25

the possible outcomes for a single-event
experiment
74.8
74.8

3
3
2
3

3
3
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8
5
4
9

Total Correct
17
22
15
13
25

Percent Correct
56%
73%
50%
43%
100%

A26 Measurement 6.M01 Measure
Item 26

capacity and calculate volume of a
rectangular prism
1.50
2.00
2
2
2
2

-0.5
Item 27

A27 Algebra 5.A04 Solve simple one-step
equations using basic whole-number facts
0.8
2.13
1.33
2
2
0
3

A28 Geometry 5.G13 Plot points to form
Item 28

basic geometric shapes (identify and
Page 17

classify)
0.1
1.43
1.33
2
2
0
3
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Distance from benchmark
First_Name

A29 Statistics and Probability 5.S06

Item 29
Record experiment results using
fractions/ratios

0.2
0.22
0.00
0
0
0
2                        A30 Number Sense and Operations 6.N12
Item 30

Solve percent problems involving percent,
rate, and base

0.3
0.32
0.00
0
0
0
3
Item 31

A31 Statistics and Probability 6.S08 Justify

0.5
1.13
0.67
1
1
0
2

A32 Measurement 6.M07 Estimate
Item 32

volume, area, and circumference (see
figures identified in geometry strand)
0.2
0.22
0.00
0
0
0
2
Item 33

A33 Statistics and Probability 6.S08 Justify
0.3
1.35
1.00
1
1
1
3

A34 Number Sense and Operations 6.N10
Verify the proportionality using the product
Item 34

of the means equals the product of the
extremes
0.78
1.67
1
2
2
2

-0.9

A35 Algebra 6.A02 Use substitution to
evaluate algebraic expressions (may
Item 35

include exponents of one, two, and three)
0.4
1.07
0.67
1
0
1
2

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9

% of possible CR points obtained
36%
10 42%
10 42%
6 25%
24 100%

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sample1 first1

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First_Name

OSIS
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)

Scale Score
Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students

Perf_Level
1
3
3
4

3
D
D
D
Item 1

A1Geometry 6.G10 Identify and plot points
5.3
72.0
66.7
2
4

B
B
B
Item 2

A2Measurement 7.M02 Convert capacities
and volumes within a given system
65.6
65.6
1

B
B
B

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step equations involving whole numbers
using inverse operations
74.7
74.7
4
C
C
C
Item 4

A4 Geometry 6.G11 Calculate the area of
basic polygons drawn on a coordinate plane
83.5
83.5
3
B
B
B

A5 Algebra 7.A06 Evaluate formulas for
Item 5

given input values (surface area, rate, and
density problems)
75.2
75.2
4
4
B
B

A6 Number Sense and Operations 7.N02
Item 6

Recognize the difference between rational
and irrational numbers (i.e., π)
19.4
19.4
D
D
D
D
Item 7

A7 7.N09 Determine multiples and least
common multiple of two or more numbers
51.9
51.9

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3
D
D
D
Item 8

A8 Statistics and Probability 7.S06 Read
and interpret data represented graphically

76.6
76.6
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
4
C
C
C                          A9 Algebra 6.A02 Use substitution to
Item 9

evaluate algebraic expressions (may
include exponents of one, two, and three)

69.4
69.4
3
B
B
B

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
Item 10

A10 Statistics and Probability 7.S10
Predict the outcome of an experiment

69.7
69.7                                          A11 Number Sense and Operations 7.N11
3
1
3
D

Simplify expressions using order of
operations
Item 11

Note: Expressions may include absolute
value and/or integral exponents greater
36.0
36.0
1
B
B
B

A12 Geometry 7.G01 Calculate the radius
Item 12

or diameter, given the circumference or
area of a circle
54.0
54.0
4
A
A
A

A13 Number Sense and Operations 7.N06
Translate numbers from scientific notation
Item 13

into standard form
59.5
59.5
4
B
B
B
Item 14

A14 Statistics and Probability 7.S04
Calculate the range for a given set of data
57.0
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A15 Algebra 6.A03 Translate two-step
verbal equations into algebraic equations
64.3
64.3
1

C
C
C
Item 16

A16 Statistics and Probability 7.S12
Compare actual results to predicted results
71.1
71.1

A17 Number Sense and Operations 7.N18
4
B
B
B

Identify the two consecutive whole numbers
between which the square root of a non-
Item 17

perfect square whole number less than 225
lies (with and without the use of a number
54.9
54.9
3
D
D
D
Item 18

A18 Statistics and Probability 7.S10
Predict the outcome of an experiment
80.3
80.3
3
4
B
B
Item 19

A19 Measurement 7.M04 Convert mass
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within a given system
45.7
45.7
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sample2 first2
sample1 first1

State Benchmark
First_Name

C
C
C
C
A20 Number Sense and Operations 7.N08

Item 20
Find the common factors and greatest
common factor of two or more numbers

44.6
44.6
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
A21 Statistics and Probability 7.S06 Read

1
3

B
B
and interpret data represented graphically
(pictograph, bar graph, histogram, line
Item 21

graph, double line/bar graphs, or circle
graph)

31.9
31.9
2
D
D
D

A22 Statistics and Probability 7.S08

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
Interpret data to provide the basis for
Item 22

predictions and to establish experimental
probabilities

77.7
77.7
D
D
D
D
Item 23

A23 Measurement 7.M11 Estimate surface
area
37.6
37.6
4
1
C
C

A24 Statistics and Probability 6.S10
Item 24

Determine the probability of dependent
events
34.0
34.0
3
1
1
B
Item 25

A25 Number Sense and Operations 7.N12
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers
32.6
32.6
1
1

B
B

A26 Number Sense and Operations 7.N07
Item 26

Compare numbers written in scientific
notation
35.6
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A27 Measurement 7.M09 Determine the
Item 27

tool and technique to measure with an
appropriate level of precision: mass
74.3
74.3
4
2
A
A

A28 Statistics and Probability 7.S09
Item 28

Determine the validity of sampling methods
to predict outcomes
67.2
67.2
D
D
D
D

A29 Measurement 7.M02 Convert
Item 29

capacities and volumes within a given
system
85.5
85.5
3
A
A
A

A30 G03 Identify the two-dimensional
Item 30

shapes that make up the faces and bases
of three-dimensional shapes
73.1
73.1

Number of A
0
3
4
4

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Number of B
2
5
5
9
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sample3 first3
sample2 first2
sample1 first1

State Benchmark
First_Name

Number of C

2
3
3
4

Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
Number of D

4
6
7
8
Total MC correct

15
8
17
19
25

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
% MC Correct
59%
32%
68%
76%
100%

A31 Number Sense and Operations 7.N13
Item 31

Add and subtract two integers (with and
without the use of a number line)
0.78
1.45
0.67
0
2
0
3
Item 32

A32 Algebra 6.A05 Solve simple
proportions within context
-0.42
0.91
1.33
0
2
2
2

A33 Algebra 7.A01 Translate two-step
Item 33

verbal expressions into algebraic
expressions
-0.76
0.57
1.33
0
2
2
2
Item 34

A34 Statistics and Probability 6.S03
Construct Venn diagrams to sort data
-0.51
1.16
1.67
0
2
3
3

A35 G02 Calculate the volume of prisms

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calculator
0.26
0.93
0.67
0
1
1
3

A367.N10 Determine the prime factorization
Item 36

of a given number and write in exponential
form
-0.55
0.78
1.33
0
2
2
2

A37 Measurement 7.M08 Draw central
Item 37

angles in a given circle using a protractor
(circle graphs)
0.48
0.81
0.33
1
0
0
2
Item 38

A38 Statistics and Probability 6.S02
Record data in a frequency table
0.67
1.67
1.00
0
3
0
3

Total CR points scored
6
1
10
8
20

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sample2 first2            71%
sample3 first3             7%
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8
Class

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Book 1
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sample1                                                  Last_Name

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Scale Score
Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students

Perf_Level
3D
3D
3D
D
Item 1

A1 Geometry 8.G01 Identify pairs of
vertical angles as congruent
94.6
100.0
3

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A2 Algebra 8.A02 Write verbal
Item 2

expressions that match given mathematical
expressions
58.3
58.3
B
B
B
B

A3 Geometry 8.G05 Calculate the missing
Item 3

angle measurements when given two
parallel lines cut by a transversal
66.2
66.2
A
A
A
A

A4 Geometry 8.G06 Calculate the missing
Item 4

angle measurements when given two
intersecting lines and an angle
83.3
83.3
3
1
D
D
Item 5

A5 Algebra 8.A08 Multiply a binomial by a
monomial or binomial (integer coefficients)
55.0
55.0
1
B
B
B

A6 Geometry 7.G05 Identify the right
Item 6

angle, hypotenuse, and legs of a right
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triangle
82.2
82.2
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A7 Algebra 8.A09 Divide a polynomial by a

3

D
D
D
monomial (integer coefficients)
Note: The degree of the denominator is less

Item 7

than or equal to the degree of the
numerator for all variables

57.4
57.4
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
A
A
A
A
Item 8

A8 Algebra 8.A01 Translate verbal
sentences into algebraic inequalities

48.8
48.8
4
A
A
A

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
Item 9

A9 Geometry 8.G02 Identify pairs of
supplementary and complementary angles

44.3
44.3                                       A10 Number Sense and Operations 8.N04
B
B
B
B

Apply percents to: tax, percent
increase/decrease, simple interest, sale
Item 10

price, commission, interest rates, and
gratuities
38.0
38.0
3
1
D
D

A11 Algebra 8.A08 Multiply a binomial by
a monomial or binomial (integer
Item 11

coefficients)
40.2
40.2
B
B
B
B
Item 12

A12 Measurement 7.M01 Calculate
distance using a map scale
89.1
89.1
D
D
D
D

A13 Geometry 8.G03 Calculate the
missing angle in a supplementary or
Item 13

complementary pair
83.0
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A14 Number Sense and Operations 8.N05
Item 14

Estimate a percent of a quantity, given an
application
57.4
57.4
B
B
B
B

A15 Geometry 8.G04 Determine angle
Item 15

pair relationship when given two parallel
lines cut by a transversal
82.6
82.6
2

A
A
A

A16 Algebra 7.A04 Solve multi-step
equations by combining like terms, using
Item 16

the distributive property, or moving variables
to one side of the equation
29.0
29.0
2

A
A
A

A17 Geometry 8.G08 Draw the image of a
Item 17

figure under rotations of 90 and 180
degrees
63.5
63.5
D
D
D
D

A18 Algebra 8.A02 Write verbal
Item 18

expressions that match given mathematical
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expressions
81.4
81.4
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A
A
A

Item 19
A19 Algebra 8.A06 Multiply and divide
monomials

69.9
69.9
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
1
4

C
C
Item 20

A20 Algebra 7.A02 Add and subtract
monomials and exponents of one

38.7
38.7
C
C
C
C

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
Item 21

A21 Measurement 7.M01 Calculate
distance using a map scale

80.7
80.7
A
A
A
A
Item 22

A22 Geometry 8.G02 Identify pairs of
supplementary and complementary angles
35.0
35.0
2
A
A
A
Item 23

A23 Algebra 8.A10 Factor algebraic
expressions using the GCF
37.1
37.1
B
B
B
B

A24 Algebra 7.A03 Identify a polynomial
Item 24

as an algebraic expression containing one
or more terms
56.9
56.9
C
C
C
C

A25 Geometry 7.G08 Use the
Item 25

Pythagorean Theorem to determine the
unknown length of a side of a right triangle
56.1
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A26 Geometry 8.G12 Identify the
properties preserved and not preserved
Item 26

under a reflection, rotation, translation, and
dilation
70.0
70.0
B
B
B
B
Item 27

A27 Algebra 8.A07 Add and subtract
polynomials (integer coefficients)
73.5
73.5

Number of A
6
9
7
9

Number of B
7
8
7
8

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Number of C
3
2
2
3
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First_Name

Number of D

3
5
2
5

Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
Tot MC

Total MC correct

20
19
24
18
25

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
% MC

81%             % MC Correct
76%
96%
72%
100%

A28 Algebra 8.A16 Find a set of ordered
pairs to satisfy a given linear numerical
Item 28

pattern (expressed algebraically); then plot
the ordered pairs and draw the line
0.48
1.81
1.33
2
1
1
3

A29 Number Sense and Operations 8.N04
Apply percents to: tax, percent
increase/decrease, simple interest, sale
Item 29

price, commission, interest rates, and
gratuities
-0.28
1.05
1.33
2
2
0
2
Item 30

A30 Algebra 8.A06 Multiply and divide
monomials
-0.25
1.09
1.33
2
1
1
2

A31 Algebra 8.A12 Apply algebra to
determine the measure of angles formed by
Item 31

or contained in parallel lines cut by a
transversal and by intersecting lines
0.64
0.97
0.33
0
0
1
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A32 Geometry 8.G07 Describe and
identify transformations in the plane, using
Item 32

proper function notation (rotations,
reflections, translations, and dilations)
0.49
1.15
0.67
0
1
1
2

A33 Algebra 7.A07 Draw the graphic
Item 33

representation of a pattern from an equation
or from a table of data
-0.06
1.27
1.33
2
1
1
2

A34 Geometry 8.G06 Calculate the
Item 34

missing angle measurements when given
two intersecting lines and an angle
-0.07
1.59
1.67
2
2
1
2
Item 35

A35 Algebra 8.A07 Add and subtract
polynomials (integer coefficients)
0.48
0.48
0.00
0
0
0
2

A36 Geometry 7.G08 Use the
Item 36

Pythagorean Theorem to determine the
Page 27

unknown length of a side of a right triangle
-0.22
0.78
1.00
1
2
0
2
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A37 Geometry 8.G04 Determine angle

Item 37
pair relationship when given two parallel
lines cut by a transversal

Distance from benchmark -0.54
0.79
1.33
1
1
2
2

(Lvl 3)
A38 Measurement 7.M07 Convert money
Item 38

between different currencies with the use of
an exchange rate table and calculator

-0.40
0.94
1.33
2
2
0
2

Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
A39 Algebra 8.A03 Describe a situation
Item 39

involving relationships that matches a given
graph
0.08
0.75
0.67
0
0
2
2

A40 Number Sense and Operations 8.N04
Apply percents to: tax, percent
increase/decrease, simple interest, sale
Item 40

price, commission, interest rates, and
gratuities
-0.10
1.56
1.67
2
3
0
3
Item 41

A41 Geometry 8.G10 Draw the image of a
figure under a translation
-0.81
2.19
3.00
3
3
3
3
Item 42

A 42 Measurement 7.M05 Calculate unit
price using proportions
-0.85
1.81
2.67
3
3
2
3
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A43 Geometry 8.G11 Draw the image of a

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figure under a dilation
-0.36
1.31
1.67
0
2
3
3
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A44 Algebra 8.A12 Apply algebra to
determine the measure of angles formed by
Item 44

or contained in parallel lines cut by a
transversal and by intersecting lines
-0.85
0.48
1.33
2
0
2

2A

A45 Geometry 8.G03 Calculate the
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missing angle in a supplementary or
complementary pair
-0.67
1.33
2.00
2
2
2

Total CR points scored
24
24
28
20
42

% of possible CR points obtained
57%
57%
67%
48%
100%

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First_Name
Last_Name

sample1
sample2
sample3
State Benchmark
Distance from benchmark (Lvl 3)
Note: Benchmark = avg. of proficient students
Book 1
Book 2
Book 3

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