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Writing Cutscores / Curriculum Level Ranges (Term 2 2013)

    Click here to view the cutscores for all subjects.

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Term 2 2013: Important Changes to e-asTTle Writing

As of Term 2 2013, there are changes in how rubric scores for e-asTTle Writing map to curriculum levels. All Writing tests from now on will report against these new levels. For example, a student who answered the ‘Dogs at

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Choosing a test type

Different subjects have different test types available. The main types are Customised, Adaptive and Writing prompts. Subject Type Maths Custom, Adaptive Reading Custom, Adaptive Pangarau Custom Panui Custom Writing Writing Prompt Tuhituhi Writing Prompt (Task) If you already have a

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Strand Keys

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Individual Question Analysis Report

What is the Individual Question Analysis Report? The Individual Question Analysis report is a new report designed to complement the Individual Learning Pathway, or ILP. For many students, a Maths or Reading ILP will not have room to display all

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External Coordinator Permission

To grant or remove access permission for External Coordinators you must be set up with an e-asTTle School Leader role: 1. Select ‘Maintenance' from left menu 2. Click ‘Permission for External Coordinators' link 3. Add an External Coordinator by clicking

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Research Data Settings

Shared response data may be used for research and re-norming purposes. You are encouraged to share this data so it is available for continual e-asTTle reporting improvement. If you choose to share your data, identifying information about your school and students

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Numeracy Project Test Reports

Two reports are available for numeracy tests: • The Tabular report is a .csv file listing your students, their demographic information, and the Numeracy project stages. The Tabular report can be opened in Excel. Tabular reports are available for single

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The Rasch Model in e-asTTle

This section explains some of the underlying test theory used in e-asTTle for those who are interested. For a simplified explanation, see Guidelines on creating a good test. For an explanation of the Multi-facet Rasch Model used in scoring Writing,

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