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Preparing Students for OSTP and CCRA Assessments with Progress Learning Practice Assessments

As educators, we understand the importance of preparing our students for their OSTP (Oklahoma School Testing Program) and CCRA (College and Career Readiness) assessments. These assessments play an integral role in determining proficiency in different subjects and ensuring student success. That’s where Progress Learning practice assessments come in. Our practice assessments are an excellent tool to help your students get a sneak peek into what to expect on their OSTP and CCRA assessments. Additionally, they provide you with valuable data and insights to enhance your planning.

What Are Progress Learning Practice Assessments?

Progress Learning practice assessments are designed to closely mirror the real OSTP and CCRA assessments. We use a combination of multiple choice, constructed response, and technology-enhanced items to help students become more familiar with the format and difficulty level of the actual assessments. These practice tests cover the same standards as the real OSTP and CCRA assessments and are perfect for formative assessments to identify areas where students may need additional support.

How Do Progress Learning Practice Assessments Help Educators?

As an educator, you want to ensure that your students are well-prepared for their OSTP and CCRA assessments. Progress Learning practice assessments are a great way to identify gaps in student knowledge and understanding. Once you identify these gaps, you can create lesson plans or intervention plans that address these areas. In addition, you can use these assessments as a valuable tool to inform instructional practices. Progress Learning’s platform provides data and insights to help you make informed decisions about your instruction.

How Do Progress Learning Practice Assessments Help Students?

Progress Learning practice assessments empower students by providing them with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the testing format and types of questions they might encounter on the actual OSTP and CCRA assessments. This practice helps to reduce anxiety and build confidence in students. Moreover, it is worth noting that early exposure to assessments can set a good foundation for critical thinking, time management, and a growth mindset.

Progress Learning practice assessments are a valuable tool for educators looking to provide students with ample preparation for their OSTP and CCRA assessments. They enable students to build confidence, explore content, and identify areas for improvement while also providing valuable insights into student performance. 

We encourage you — all our Oklahoma educators and administrators — to consider Progress Learning practice assessments as part of your student achievement toolkit. Request a demo today! 

Oklahoma state practice assessments are live for the following subjects:

  • 3rd-8th Grade ELA OSTP Practice Assessments
  • 3rd-8th Grade Math OSTP Practice Assessments
  • 5th & 8th Grade Science OSTP Practice Assessments
  • 11th Grade Science CCRA Practice Assessment
  • U.S. History CCRA Practice Assessment


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