Practice Citywide ELA Math Test for 5th Graders in New York State

To help your child prepare for taking New York's standardized ELA (English/language arts) and math tests, look for practice tests, worksheets and lessons that are aligned with curriculum standards. The following websites provide free test preparation materials.

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Resources from the APDA

New York State's Office of Assessment Policy, Development and Administration (APDA) offers both ELA and math sample questions and information on what units will appear on the test, as well as how the exams are scored. The math questions involve using rulers and protractors to measure, performing division, rounding, greater than or less than, reading graphs and converting simple fractions into decimals. The ELA standards include reading and interpreting text, evaluating literary elements, contrasting pieces of text and recognizing the strength of arguments.

On the right-hand side of the page, you can find 'test samplers' for math and English/language arts. The sample test books are PDF files, so you can print them out along with the answer keys. There are two math books for 5th graders. The first test book features multiple-choice questions. The second book requires students to write their answers and show their work. The sample questions in the ELA test will first ask your child to read a few paragraphs from a text, and then answer questions about what was read.

Online Practice from EDinformatics.com

Here, you can find interactive online standardized tests in both math and ELA from Texas. Although these tests might not perfectly match the New York State exam, many of the questions will likely be analogous to those found on the New York ELA and math tests. The nice thing about these practice tests is that they take place entirely online, so your child can answer all the questions and the results will be calculated automatically.

There are two online math test offered here from Texas. Both have 44 multiple-choice questions covering many different types of math, from calculating percents to reading graphs. You'll also find questions dealing with fractions, geometry, probability and number patterns. At the top of the tests are charts listing the formulas and measurement tools needed to complete the questions. The ELA exam includes several sections of reading comprehension, as well as questions on analysis and comparing and contrasting two pieces of text.

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