JSAT Level 7 - Measure student achievement!

JSAT (Judaic Studies Standardized Achievement Test) – Level 7

With the success of the JSAT Level 8 High School Placement Exam, many schools have requested the ability to see how far their seventh-grade students have come along in terms of mastering the JSAT Level 8. Thus, the JSAT Level 7 Exam was born. This exam, which has previously given as a full-length JSAT Level 8 exam, has been taken by over 2,000 students and thoroughly analyzed for statistical validity.

Q: Is there a difference between the JSAT standards for students in grade 7 and students in grade 8?

A: No. The JSAT Level 8 standards were designed for students exiting grade 7 and entering grade 8. Thus, the standards measure what a student leaving grade 7 should know.

Q: Are results compared to students in grade 7 or students in grade 8?

A: Thus far, the overwhelming majority of students who have taken this exam have been students in grade eight. As such, results are compared to eighth-grade students. However, for the most part, the eighth-grade students who have taken this exam have done so in November.  Thus, if a seventh-grade student takes this exam at the end of the school year, there will not be a significant difference in age between them and the overwhelming majority of eighth-grade students who have taken the exam.

Q: At what time of the year is this exam available?

A: This exam is available at any time of the year and can be taken online or on paper.

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JSAT Level 8 – Chumash Decoding Skills – Guide »

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JSAT Level 8 – Student Scores Explanation of Scores »

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For more information about JSAT Level 7 exam please contact Rabbi Tzvi Daum at tdaum@cojds.org

JSAT Level 7 - How much have your students mastered?