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Test Support

STAR Test Support

This site is designed to help teachers better familiarize their students with testing.

These questions are examples of the types of questions used in the STAR Program and are intended to show the level of knowledge and ability a student must demonstrate to meet state standards.

Sample test questions come from previously administered tests and will not be used on future tests.

Each question includes the standards addressed, the related proficiency levels, correct answer, and the percentage of students who answered the question correctly.

This information will help you to know what students need to learn to meet state standards, make informed decisions on curricula and teaching methods, and identify areas of your program that need improvement.