The Numeracy Assessment is a Graduation Requirement for all Students
When do I take the assessment?
Jun 24 12:45 – 4:00
Ms Koleba’s A Block PreCalc 11, Mr. Harris’ D Block FOM 11 and any in Ms Koleba’s B Block Precalc 12 who have not completed.
Grade 12 students who must complete for graduation.
June 25 8:45 – 12:00
Ms Koleba’s C Block Precalc 12 (Students who have not yet completed the assessment), Ms Johnston’s D Block FOM11
June 26 12:45 – 4:00
Mr Fogelklou’s D Block PreCalc 11 and Ms Buchmann’s D Block PreCalc 11
Rooms 37 and 38
You can write it up to three times.
Your best result is counted.
This assessment is a requirement for graduation.
- The Numeracy Assessment is a new provincial assessment and a graduation requirement for students on the 2018 Graduation Program
- Students will write the assessment during their graduation years (Grades 10–12) at the most appropriate time for them. The assessment sessions start in June 2018.
- Unlike the retired Mathematics 10 Provincial Exams, the Numeracy Assessment is not tied to a specific math course. Rather, it evaluates a student’s numeracy skills developed over the course of their education.
- Results will be reported using a four category proficiency scale and will appear on a student’s transcript as a number, representing one of the four categories (emerging-developing-proficient-extending).
- Students will have two opportunities to rewrite during their graduation years should they wish to increase their proficiency. Results will appear on Student Transcripts and their best outcome will be recorded on their final transcript.
- Universities and Employers may be interested in a student’s assessment results, as evidence of their achievement in numeracy.
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