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New York State Regents Exams

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Biology I

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

About the test

In 2012 2013 New York Used The New York State Regents Examinations To Test High School Students In English, Math, Global History And Geography, Us History And Government, Living Environment, Chemistry, Earth Science And Physics Students Must Take At Least Five Regents Exams In Order To Graduate Scores Of 65 And Above Are Passing; Scores Of 55 And Above Earn Credit Toward A Local Diploma (With The Approval Of The Local Board Of Education) The Goal Is For All Students To Pass The Tests In 2013 2014, The Common Core Regents Exam Began Replacing The English Language And Math Portions Of The Regents Examination Students Who Entered Ninth Grade Prior To 2013 2014 Will Be Able To Take The Common Core Or The Regents Exam In English Language And Math Until Those Subjects Are Phased Out Of The Exam

Source: New York State Education Department

New York State Assessments

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English Language Arts



About the test

Beginning In The 2012 2013 School Year, The New York State Department Of Instruction Implemented New Assessments Designed To Be Aligned With The Common Core State Standards The New Standards For Proficiency In These Subjects Are Higher Than In Previous Years And The Percent Of Students Earning A Proficient Score Is Expected To Be Lower As A Result Of This Change See <A Href=Http://Wwwengagenyorg/Sites/Default/Files/Resource/Attachments/Test Score Release Letter To Parentspdf Target=Newtab>This Letter</A> From New York's Commissioner Of Education For More Information On These Changes </Br></Br>In 2014 2015 New York Used The New York State Assessments To Test Students In Grades 3 Through 8 In English Language Arts And Math, And In Grades 4 And 8 In Science At Present 2014 15 Results Are Available Only For English Language Arts And Math The Tests Are Standards Based, Which Means They Measure How Well Students Are Mastering Specific Skills Defined For Each Grade By The State Of New York The Goal Is For 90% Of Students To Meet Or Exceed Grade Level Standards On The Tests

Source: New York State Education Department

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AP courses and testing

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AP courses and testing Civil Rights Data Collection, 2011-2012