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College Board program gives students an opportunity to take college-level courses and exams, and earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college and universities.

Academic Profile :-
The Academic Profile is a test of general education for undergraduates that measures academic skills in the context of material taken from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The program is jointly sponsored by ETS and the College Board.

Algebra End-of-Course Assessment :-
The Algebra End-of-Course Assessment is a multiple-choice test designed to determine whether students have learned the concepts, processes, and skills typically taught in first-year algebra. The assessment includes 50 multiple-choice items in two sections.

AP® — Advanced Placement Program® :-
The Advanced Placement Program® is a College Board program administered and operated by ETS. The AP Program gives high school students an opportunity to take college-level courses and exams, and earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college.

CELLA — Comprehensive English Language Learning Assessment :-
CELLA is a four-skill language proficiency assessment that provides evidence of program accountability in accordance with Title III of the No Child Left Behind Act; data for charting student progress; information about the language proficiency of students or potential students in ESL or bilingual education programs; and diagnostic information about students' strength and weakness in English. Contact cella@ets.org for more information.

CLEP® — College-Level Examination Program® :-
The College-Level Examination Program® or CLEP® is the College Board's credit-by-examination program that enables students to demonstrate college-level achievement in 34 different subject areas and receive up to two years of college credit.

EPT & ELM — California State University English Placement Test and Entry-Level Mathematics :-
The California State University English Placement Test and Entry-Level Mathematics Test measure readiness for college-level course work in English and math, and help faculty decide whether incoming students should enroll in remedial or introductory courses.

ETS Literacy :-
ETS offers a number of ETS Literacy tests built on frameworks developed during the course of studies conducted by ETS researchers in adult literacy.

EXADEP™ — Examen de Admisión a Estudios de PosgradoTM :-
The Examen de Admisión a Estudios de PosgradoTM (EXADEPTM) is a Spanish-language test of general abilities that is used to measure verbal reasoning as well as quantitative and logical reasoning skills considered important for many graduate study programs.

GRE® — Graduate Record Examinations® :-
The GRE® program provides tests, publications, and services that assist graduate schools and departments in admissions activities, guidance and placement, program evaluation, and selection of fellowship recipients.

High Schools That Work Assessment :-
The High Schools That Work Assessment is part of a project sponsored by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) in Atlanta. The assessment measures the reading, mathematics, and science achievement of vocational education (career-bound) students at participating secondary schools and technical centers.

ICT Literacy Assessment :-
The ICT Literacy Assessment is a comprehensive test of Information and Communication Technology proficiency that uses scenario-based tasks to measure both cognitive and technical skills. The assessment provides support for institutional ICT literacy initiatives, guides curricula innovations, informs articulation and progress standings, and assesses individual student proficiency.

ISEE — Independent School Entrance Exam :-
The ISEE exam is a secure, standardized admissions test for use by schools who are members of the Educational Records Bureau (ERB) Consortium. The ISEE is used to facilitate student placement in grade levels 5–12 and for identifying areas in which the student needs help.

MAPP — Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress :-
The Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress (MAPP) test is designed to assess general education outcomes in order to improve the quality of instruction and learning. The MAPP test focuses on academic skills rather than knowledge developed through general education courses, and provides valuable benchmarking and trend analysis used to document program effectiveness for accreditation, strategic planning, and performance-based funding.

MFT — Major Field Test :-
The Major Field Tests are innovative undergraduate and MBA outcomes assessments designed to measure the basic knowledge and understanding achieved by students in a major field of study. Test results enable academic departments to better assess and refine curricula, and to gauge the progress of students in comparison to others in the program as well as to those in similar programs at schools throughout the country.

MGA — Middle Grades Assessment :-
The MGA is designed for 8th grade students. It is composed of a student survey, a transcript study, and achievement tests in mathematics, science, and reading. A detailed school-level report presents the results of the students who were assessed. For more information, email or call 609-683-2336.

NAEP — National Assessment of Educational Progress :-
NAEP, often called "The Nation's Report Card," provides an independent measure of what students in Grades 4, 8, and 12 across the United States know and can do in reading, mathematics, science, and writing, as well as other core subject areas.

NBPTS — National Board for Professional Teaching Standards :-
As the primary assessment contractor for the NBPTS, ETS creates, delivers, and scores state-of-the-art, standards-based performance assessments for Pre-K through 12th grade teachers.

ParaPro Assessment :-
The ParaPro Assessment for prospective and practicing paraprofessional's measures skills and knowledge in reading, mathematics, and writing, as well as the ability to apply those skills and knowledge to assist in classroom instruction.

PRAXIS :-
THE PRAXIS SERIESTM is a set of rigorous and validated assessments that provides accurate, reliable information for use by state education agencies in making licensing decisions.

PSAT/NMSQT® — Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test :-
ETS administers the PSAT/NMSQT® test on behalf of the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. It enables students to practice for the SAT Reasoning Test and serves as the qualifying test for scholarship competitions conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

SAT® On-Campus Program :-
The College Board's SAT® On-Campus Program offers assessment tools for college placement for incoming and continuing students. These tests help to identify students who are ready for entry-level college courses, students who need basic skills remediation, and students who may be exempt from particular courses. Many of the tests can be self scored or evaluated using optical scanning machines. For more information, send an E-mail to cakuma@ets.org.

SAT® — SAT® Program :-
The College Board's SAT® Program consists of the SAT Reasoning TestTM and SAT Subject TestsTM. The SAT Reasoning Test is designed to measure critical reading, math, and writing skills needed for academic success in college. The SAT Subject Tests are designed to measure knowledge and skills in particular subject areas.

SLEP® — Secondary Level English Proficiency Test :-
The SLEP® test is designed to measure the English language listening and reading comprehension of students whose native language is not English.

SLLA — School Leaders Licensure Assessment :-
The SLLA is based on Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards. It is designed to measure whether entry-level principals and other school leaders have the relevant knowledge believed necessary for competent professional practice. For more information, call TOLL FREE 1-800-241-5393.

SLS — School Leadership Series :-
The School Leadership Series was developed with the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) and is based on ISLLC standards. The series consists of assessments that test the knowledge and skills a beginning school leader needs to have.

SPEAK® — Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit :-
The Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit (SPEAK®) is a set of testing materials for evaluating the English speaking ability of applicants for positions for which English is the primary language or a necessary medium of communication.

SSA — School Superintendent Assessment :-
The SSA is designed to measure superintendents' level of understanding of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards and how the standards relate to their job responsibilities.

TAST — TOEFL® Academic Speaking Test :-
The TAST evaluates the English speaking proficiency of students whose native language is not English and who want to pursue studies in a college or university where English is spoken.

TEDE — Test of English for Distance Education :-
The TEDE is a new web-based test that is uniquely designed to meet the needs of distance education programs conducted in English. It is available worldwide, and the results can be used to determine whether applicants possess the English proficiency needed to begin an online course of study.

Test Link :-
Test Link is a database of 25,000 tests and other measurement devices such as surveys and questionnaires, that makes information on standardized tests and research instruments available to researchers, graduate students, and teachers.

TFI — Test de français international :-
The TFI evaluates the French-language proficiency of people whose native language is not French, focusing on French communication skills used in business and academic environments.

TOEFL® ITP :-
The TOEFL® ITP is an assessment tool composed of previously administered TOEFL paper-based tests that measures individuals' English proficiency at the intermediate-to-advanced levels.

TOEFL® — Test of English as a Foreign LanguageTM :-
The TOEFL® test measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings.

TOEIC® Bridge :-
The TOEIC® Bridge is designed for beginning and intermediate learners of English who want to have their skills assessed and to identify areas needing improvement.

TOEIC® — Test of English for International CommunicationTM :-
The TOEIC® assessment measures the ability of non-native English-speaking people to use English in everyday work activities.

TSE® — Test of Spoken EnglishTM :-
The TSE® assessment measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to communicate orally in English in an academic or professional environment.


Achievement Tests

Academic Profile :-
The Academic Profile is a test of general education for undergraduates that measures academic skills in the context of material taken from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The program is jointly sponsored by ETS and the College Board.

Algebra End-of-Course Assessment :-
The Algebra End-of-Course Assessment is a multiple-choice test designed to determine whether students have learned the concepts, processes, and skills typically taught in first-year algebra. The assessment includes 50 multiple-choice items in two sections.

MAPP — Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress :-
The Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress (MAPP) test is designed to assess general education outcomes in order to improve the quality of instruction and learning. The MAPP test focuses on academic skills rather than knowledge developed through general education courses, and provides valuable benchmarking and trend analysis used to document program effectiveness for accreditation, strategic planning, and performance-based funding.

NAEP — National Assessment of Educational Progress :-
NAEP, often called "The Nation's Report Card," provides an independent measure of what students in Grades 4, 8, and 12 across the United States know and can do in reading, mathematics, science, and writing, as well as other core subject areas.

Test Link :-
Test Link is a database of 25,000 tests and other measurement devices such as surveys and questionnaires, that makes information on standardized tests and research instruments available to researchers, graduate students, and teachers.


College Placement Tests

CLEP® — College-Level Examination Program® :-
The College-Level Examination Program® or CLEP® is the College Board's credit-by-examination program that enables students to demonstrate college-level achievement in 34 different subject areas and receive up to two years of college credit.

EPT & ELM — California State University English Placement Test and Entry-Level Mathematics :-
The California State University English Placement Test and Entry-Level Mathematics Test measure readiness for college-level course work in English and math, and help faculty decide whether incoming students should enroll in remedial or introductory courses.

SAT® On-Campus Program :-
The College Board's SAT® On-Campus Program offers assessment tools for college placement for incoming and continuing students. These tests help to identify students who are ready for entry-level college courses, students who need basic skills remediation, and students who may be exempt from particular courses. Many of the tests can be self scored or evaluated using optical scanning machines. For more information, send an E-mail to cakuma@ets.org.

TAST — TOEFL® Academic Speaking Test :-
The TAST evaluates the English speaking proficiency of students whose native language is not English and who want to pursue studies in a college or university where English is spoken.

TEDE — Test of English for Distance Education :-
The TEDE is a new web-based test that is uniquely designed to meet the needs of distance education programs conducted in English. It is available worldwide, and the results can be used to determine whether applicants possess the English proficiency needed to begin an online course of study.

TFI — Test de français international :-
The TFI evaluates the French-language proficiency of people whose native language is not French, focusing on French communication skills used in business and academic environments.

TOEFL® — Test of English as a Foreign LanguageTM :-
The TOEFL® test measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings.

TSE® — Test of Spoken EnglishTM :-
The TSE® assessment measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to communicate orally in English in an academic or professional environment.


College Prep Tests

AP® — Advanced Placement Program® :-
The Advanced Placement Program® is a College Board program administered and operated by ETS. The AP Program gives high school students an opportunity to take college-level courses and exams, and earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college.

PSAT/NMSQT® — Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test :-
ETS administers the PSAT/NMSQT® test on behalf of the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. It enables students to practice for the SAT Reasoning Test and serves as the qualifying test for scholarship competitions conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

SAT® — SAT® Program :-
The College Board's SAT® Program consists of the SAT Reasoning TestTM and SAT Subject TestsTM. The SAT Reasoning Test is designed to measure critical reading, math, and writing skills needed for academic success in college. The SAT Subject Tests are designed to measure knowledge and skills in particular subject areas.


Elementary & Secondary Education Assessments Tests

Algebra End-of-Course Assessment :-
The Algebra End-of-Course Assessment is a multiple-choice test designed to determine whether students have learned the concepts, processes, and skills typically taught in first-year algebra. The assessment includes 50 multiple-choice items in two sections.

High Schools That Work Assessment :-
The High Schools That Work Assessment is part of a project sponsored by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) in Atlanta. The assessment measures the reading, mathematics, and science achievement of vocational education (career-bound) students at participating secondary schools and technical centers.

ISEE — Independent School Entrance Exam :-
The ISEE exam is a secure, standardized admissions test for use by schools who are members of the Educational Records Bureau (ERB) Consortium. The ISEE is used to facilitate student placement in grade levels 5–12 and for identifying areas in which the student needs help.

MGA — Middle Grades Assessment :-
The MGA is designed for 8th grade students. It is composed of a student survey, a transcript study, and achievement tests in mathematics, science, and reading. A detailed school-level report presents the results of the students who were assessed. For more information, email or call 609-683-2336.

NAEP — National Assessment of Educational Progress :-
NAEP, often called "The Nation's Report Card," provides an independent measure of what students in Grades 4, 8, and 12 across the United States know and can do in reading, mathematics, science, and writing, as well as other core subject areas.

SLEP® — Secondary Level English Proficiency Test :-
The SLEP® test is designed to measure the English language listening and reading comprehension of students whose native language is not English.

SLS — School Leadership Series :-
The School Leadership Series was developed with the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) and is based on ISLLC standards. The series consists of assessments that test the knowledge and skills a beginning school leader needs to have.


Higher Education Assessments Tests

Academic Profile :-
The Academic Profile is a test of general education for undergraduates that measures academic skills in the context of material taken from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The program is jointly sponsored by ETS and the College Board.

EXADEP™ — Examen de Admisión a Estudios de PosgradoTM :-
The Examen de Admisión a Estudios de PosgradoTM (EXADEPTM) is a Spanish-language test of general abilities that is used to measure verbal reasoning as well as quantitative and logical reasoning skills considered important for many graduate study programs.

GRE® — Graduate Record Examinations® :-
The GRE® program provides tests, publications, and services that assist graduate schools and departments in admissions activities, guidance and placement, program evaluation, and selection of fellowship recipients.

ICT Literacy Assessment :-
The ICT Literacy Assessment is a comprehensive test of Information and Communication Technology proficiency that uses scenario-based tasks to measure both cognitive and technical skills. The assessment provides support for institutional ICT literacy initiatives, guides curricula innovations, informs articulation and progress standings, and assesses individual student proficiency.

MAPP — Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress :-
The Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress (MAPP) test is designed to assess general education outcomes in order to improve the quality of instruction and learning. The MAPP test focuses on academic skills rather than knowledge developed through general education courses, and provides valuable benchmarking and trend analysis used to document program effectiveness for accreditation, strategic planning, and performance-based funding.

MFT — Major Field Test :-
The Major Field Tests are innovative undergraduate and MBA outcomes assessments designed to measure the basic knowledge and understanding achieved by students in a major field of study. Test results enable academic departments to better assess and refine curricula, and to gauge the progress of students in comparison to others in the program as well as to those in similar programs at schools throughout the country.

TEDE — Test of English for Distance Education :-
The TEDE is a new web-based test that is uniquely designed to meet the needs of distance education programs conducted in English. It is available worldwide, and the results can be used to determine whether applicants possess the English proficiency needed to begin an online course of study.

TOEFL® — Test of English as a Foreign LanguageTM :-
The TOEFL® test measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings.


International Tests

CELLA — Comprehensive English Language Learning Assessment :-
CELLA is a four-skill language proficiency assessment that provides evidence of program accountability in accordance with Title III of the No Child Left Behind Act; data for charting student progress; information about the language proficiency of students or potential students in ESL or bilingual education programs; and diagnostic information about students' strength and weakness in English. Contact cella@ets.org for more information.

SPEAK® — Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit :-
The Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit (SPEAK®) is a set of testing materials for evaluating the English speaking ability of applicants for positions for which English is the primary language or a necessary medium of communication.

TAST — TOEFL® Academic Speaking Test :-
The TAST evaluates the English speaking proficiency of students whose native language is not English and who want to pursue studies in a college or university where English is spoken.

TEDE — Test of English for Distance Education :-
The TEDE is a new web-based test that is uniquely designed to meet the needs of distance education programs conducted in English. It is available worldwide, and the results can be used to determine whether applicants possess the English proficiency needed to begin an online course of study.

TFI — Test de français international :-
The TFI evaluates the French-language proficiency of people whose native language is not French, focusing on French communication skills used in business and academic environments.

TOEFL® ITP :-
The TOEFL® ITP is an assessment tool composed of previously administered TOEFL paper-based tests that measures individuals' English proficiency at the intermediate-to-advanced levels.

TOEFL® — Test of English as a Foreign LanguageTM :-
The TOEFL® test measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings.

TOEIC® Bridge :-
The TOEIC® Bridge is designed for beginning and intermediate learners of English who want to have their skills assessed and to identify areas needing improvement.

TOEIC® — Test of English for International CommunicationTM :-
The TOEIC® assessment measures the ability of non-native English-speaking people to use English in everyday work activities.

TSE® — Test of Spoken EnglishTM :-
The TSE® assessment measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to communicate orally in English in an academic or professional environment.


Professional Development Tests

NBPTS — National Board for Professional Teaching Standards :-
As the primary assessment contractor for the NBPTS, ETS creates, delivers, and scores state-of-the-art, standards-based performance assessments for Pre-K through 12th grade teachers.

ParaPro Assessment :-
The ParaPro Assessment for prospective and practicing paraprofessional's measures skills and knowledge in reading, mathematics, and writing, as well as the ability to apply those skills and knowledge to assist in classroom instruction.

PRAXIS :-
THE PRAXIS SERIESTM is a set of rigorous and validated assessments that provides accurate, reliable information for use by state education agencies in making licensing decisions.

SLLA — School Leaders Licensure Assessment :-
The SLLA is based on Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards. It is designed to measure whether entry-level principals and other school leaders have the relevant knowledge believed necessary for competent professional practice. For more information, call TOLL FREE 1-800-241-5393.

SLS — School Leadership Series :-
The School Leadership Series was developed with the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) and is based on ISLLC standards. The series consists of assessments that test the knowledge and skills a beginning school leader needs to have.

SSA — School Superintendent Assessment :-
The SSA is designed to measure superintendents' level of understanding of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards and how the standards relate to their job responsibilities.

TOEIC® — Test of English for International CommunicationTM :-
The TOEIC® assessment measures the ability of non-native English-speaking people to use English in everyday work activities.


Special Services Tests

ETS Literacy :-
ETS offers a number of ETS Literacy tests built on frameworks developed during the course of studies conducted by ETS researchers in adult literacy.

Test Link :-
Test Link is a database of 25,000 tests and other measurement devices such as surveys and questionnaires, that makes information on standardized tests and research instruments available to researchers, graduate students, and teachers.

TOEIC® — Test of English for International CommunicationTM :-
The TOEIC® assessment measures the ability of non-native English-speaking people to use English in everyday work activities.





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