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How do I check my TAKS scores?

How do I check my TAKS scores?

Click the Go To Student Portal button. This opens the Student Portal and displays the selected student’s results. This tab tells you which test scores you can see. Some students will have multiple tabs to other test scores you can view.

What is a good TAKS score?

As with the other tests, a scaled score of 2100 meets the standard and 2400 is a commended performance.

How do I check my Texas EOC scores?

To access scores electronically:

  1. Go to
  2. On the Texas Assessment Data Portal: Enter the access code and the student’s date of birth. Then, click on “Login To Student Portal”

What is a TAKS test?

The Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) exit level tests measure examinee mastery of the state-mandated curriculum. The TAKS exit level tests are available in four subject areas: English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies. The tests are administered in March, June, and October.

What is a good Tasp score?

Each of the three TASP Test sections (math, reading, and writing) measure a range of college-readiness within a score-scale from 100 to 300. The passing standard for the mathematics and reading sections is 230, and the passing score is 220 for the writing section.

When did TAKS test start?

TAKS–Inclusive (TAKS–I) was offered for the first time in 2006 for students receiving special education services and for whom TAKS, even with allowable accommodations, was not an appropriate measure of academic progress.

When did TAKS stop?

The TAAS, or Texas Assessment of Academic Skills, was the third standardized test used in Texas between 1991 and 2002, when it was replaced by the TAKS test from 2003 to 2013. It was used from grades 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11.

When did TAKS test end?

Texas used the TAKS test from 2003 through 2011. The state moved to the STAAR test at the 2011-2012 school year. Students who had not passed TAKS were able to retest until the beginning of the 2017-18 school year.

What is a pre TASP test?

The Pre-TASP Reading test is a paper-based test with a one hour time limit. Scores are available immediately after the test. Students must pay at the Business Office and then take the receipt and a photo ID to the Testing Center on the day of testing.

What is the TASP test in Texas?

The Texas Academic Skills Program (TASP) is an instructional program with a testing component which is designed to assist students in Texas public colleges, universities, and technical institutes in obtaining the reading, mathematics, and writing skills necessary for college level coursework.