Screening Subject Only

Screening tests (formerly called Survey tests) present only 19 to 20 questions and produce only a single overall score for the subject. You can administer them at any time during the school year. However, they are not recommended for growth measurement.

MAP currently offers the following Screening tests:

Accessible Tests:

Students needing visual assistance can use tests compatible with screen readers, such as JAWS®. Look for the term “Screen Reader Compatible” at the end of the test name. To learn more, see  Accommodations and Accessibility.

Reports for screening tests

Only a subject-level score appears on these reports: Student Progress, Class, Grade, District Summary.

Screening test structures and state standards

The Screening tests use the same instructional areas ("goals") as the MAP tests. For more details, see NWEA’s Instructional Areas.