You Can See for Yourself
ABC invites you to review our practice testing program. This is a free
introduction to an exciting program that allows students in second through
eighth grade to prepare for their state Standards tests.
Makes Perfect" is a web-based assessment program and it assesses the
Fundamental Learning Areas of Reading, Mathematics, Social Science and Science.
The test is “time-based” and uses items from previous State Standards Sample
Tests that were administered to third, fourth, fifth, seventh, eighth and
tenth-grade students. It is also correlated to the State Standards and gives a
complete picture of how your students are performing according to those
Standards in Reading, Mathematics, Social Science and Science.
Take the Test:
to be taken to a login page, where you'll use the information below.
Login/Username: guest The
Please be sure to use all
"lower case" letters when entering the login & password!
this, you will be able to select from different assessments. Choose one and
proceed with the test. After the test, hit the “Submit” button and your
test will be graded with an automatic “Raw Score” given with an “item
analysis” of each test item. After this, press the “Home” button at the
end of the test to take you back for more tests.
To contact us for more information,
please go back to the Achievement Builders Corporation Website
and press the “Contact Us” button. You can send email to us or
fill out the “School Profile” after pressing that button.
Practicing for the state tests is
important. But it is also important not to take time from the
classroom. Achievement Builders Corporation takes both of
these concepts into consideration. The “Practice Makes
Perfect” program is innovative, efficient and diagnostic. It
gives immediate feedback to superintendents, principals,
teachers, parents and students.
The Achievement Builders Corporation
is dedicated to ensuring that all children learn. With this in
mind, our mission parallels that of the NCLB Act – The overall
purpose of the law is to ensure that each child in America is
able to meet the high learning standards of the state where he
or she lives.