Date:July 26, 2013

Concept Interim Tests

  • Concept School Achievement Tests (CSAT) will be administered three times in this school year.
  • CSAT is taken by 3rd-11th grade students. This is the breakdown of state test planning.
  • The multiple choice portion of the CSAT will be online and the extended response portion will be paper-based.
  • You will download the extended response questions from this assessment website.
  • The recommended testing time is 45 minutes for each session (multiple choice and extended response).
  • Students may take extended response portion in classroom/non-computer lab.
  • Teachers will grade short and extended response questions and submit the scores of each question separately to the database testing module.
  • For IEP students,




    • the time may be adjusted according to each student’s IEP.
    • mp3 format is available for those students who have accommodations.
  • The results will be available as soon as the test coordinator closes the testing window.
  • The admin panel operation guide video is available below:
  • Please watch the video to learn how to use it.
  • Coordinators should assign proctors.
  • Proctors should make the assignments available for the students who are present in the classroom.
  • Students should know their database username and password to take CSATs.
  • When the test administration is over, Coordinator clicks the test complete button and sees the results.