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Orientation: the Life-cycle of a Student

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Life Cycle of a Student Locator Test TABE Test fill out information form online

if under 18 https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&formkey=dGkyWlRKNEs4NklkWXNQb1o2ZXV1WXc6MA&ndplr=1#gid=0 So, What does the E/M/D/A cover? (we do test at the L level) NOT Math is the only section with significant differences... 4th week of every session about 1 week Registration E M D A 2 days - 1 week "don't forget your dates + group numbers!" intake packet

30 min test (no calculator) (still no calculator!) 1st l students need to bring ID

Four Test Levels






Four Sections (to be photocopied) E
M
D
A ...We don't do the optional tests either. (easy) (medium) (difficult) (advanced) Even though this is what the letters stand for, as a general rule, we do not refer to them this way in front of students! 0.0 - 3.9 G.E. (highest score possible 6.9) (and their corresponding Grade Equivalences) 4.0 - 5.9 G.E. (highest score possible 9.9) 6.0 - 8.9 G.E. (highest score possible 12.9) 9.0 - 12.9 G.E. (highest score possible 12.9) Reading - 1 minute per question (50 Q/50 min)
Math Computation - about 2/3 of a minute per question (40 Q/25 min)
Applied Math - 1 minute per question (50 Q/50 min)
Language - 1 minute per question (55 Q/55 min) This test determines what level TABE test they take later... Returning Student Progress Report Boils Down TO: 1) TEST SCORES


2) CLASS SCHEDULE copy given to students
explanation Orientation Boils Down TO: 1) ONLINE SURVEY

2) TEST SCORES


3) CLASS SCHEDULE copy given to students
explanation https://sites.google.com/a/dcc.edu/dccabe/home/orientation Scored 10.0 or higher on all subjects? yes! no. SIX WEEKS OF INSTRUCTION TABE Test Happens on 7th week of the session

Four Test Levels & Two Test Forms



Four Sections Reading - 1 minute per question (50 Q/50 min)
Math Computation - about 2/3 of a minute per question (40 Q/25 min)
Applied Math - 1 minute per question (50 Q/50 min)
Language - 1 minute per question (55 Q/55 min) The test booklet (E/M/D/A) and the form number (9 or 10)
are determined by the student's last test Calculators allowed on Applied Math!
(aka "word problems") GED Practice Test PASS FAIL Students must have 27 hours to remain in good standing
21-26 hours will result in Probation!



Less than 21 hours and a student will be dropped!!! Math Computation & Applied Math are two different tests however the combined score (in blue) is what is recorded in the student's folder and what is used during placement of classes. The individualized sections are only used for instructional purposes. Take the ACTUAL GED
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