Placement Tests
The placement test is just one factor in deciding where to place students. Educators should not base their placements solely on scores but should consider how students worked the problems and where they had trouble. For example, a student might do computation correctly but struggle with word problems. This is a common issue and can be addressed through use of a supplement such as Process Skills, which can help to bring students up to speed on word problems without having to do all of a previous level. Educators can also look at textbook tables of contents and go over parts of a corresponding chapter from previous levels to help students with specific topics. These tests were not designed to be exit tests.
Suggested time for taking tests: These tests are not supposed to be timed. Allow about an hour for each test.
Dimensions Math
Dimensions Math KA
Dimensions Math KB
Dimensions Math 1A
Dimensions Math 1B
Dimensions Math 2A
Dimensions Math 2B
Dimensions Math 3A
Dimensions Math 3B
Dimensions Math 4A
Primary Mathematics
Primary Mathematics 1A
Primary Mathematics 1B
Primary Mathematics 2A
Primary Mathematics 2B
Primary Mathematics 3A
Primary Mathematics 3B
Primary Mathematics 4A
Primary Mathematics 4B
Primary Mathematics 5A
Primary Mathematics 5B
