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Experience An Assessment

Experience a NAEP assessment!

  • Watch tutorials given to students before taking a digital assessment.
  • Download survey questionnaires that are given to students, teachers, and school administrators who participate in an assessment.
  • View sample questions and student responses from previous assessments and see scoring guides on how assessments are evaluated.
  • Explore innovative and interactive tasks that are part of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).
NAEP digitally based assessment screen on tablet.

Experience the 2022 Tutorials

NAEP digital assessments are administered on touch-screen tablets that incorporate cutting-edge learning technologies. At the beginning of each assessment, students are presented with a brief, interactive tutorial. The tutorial will teach them about the system and the tools available for use throughout the assessment.

The 2022 assessment tutorials are designed for a NAEP-provided tablet with a standardized browser and screen size. To best replicate the experience of students on assessment day, please:

  • Access the tutorials with the Chrome browser*
  • Make sure that the browser is updated to the latest version
  • Use a device with an 11 inch or larger screen

View the 2022 Tutorials

View the 2019 tutorials for math and reading at grade 12, and science at grades 4, 8, and 12.

* The tutorial experience is optimized for Chrome; however, the tutorials will load on other browsers.

Students with tablets.

Try a Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL) Assessment Task

The TEL assessment measures whether students are able to apply technology and engineering skills to real-life situations. TEL is computer-based and uses interactive scenario-based tasks to gauge what students know and can do. Try out some sample TEL tasks from the recent 2018 assessment.

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Try Science Interactive Tasks

Explore the hands-on tasks (HOTs) and interactive computer tasks (ICTs) from the science assessment.

HOTs provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to engage in science as scientists do by showing how well they are able to reason through complex scientific problems, plan and conduct scientific investigations, and apply their scientific knowledge in real-world contexts.

ICTs simulate natural settings and laboratories to allow students to virtually conduct experiments and demonstrate their knowledge of scientific methods, process, and procedures. Try a few tasks yourself!

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Students in science lab.

Last updated 29 March 2022 (DS)