The FastBridge assessments are designed to be measures of academic skills. They were developed for the purpose of examining the strengths and weaknesses of group and individual instruction so that teachers can adjust practices during a school year. These assessments were not designed to predict performance on college entrance tests such as the ACT and SAT, thus we do not have any research related to FastBridge assessments and the ACT or SAT.
Articles in this section
- Are FastBridge Assessments Aligned to the SAT or ACT?
- Are the FastBridge aMath and aReading assessments based on Common Core Standards or State standards?
- Why are some of the CCSS and/or State standards not included in the assessments?
- Why don’t I get a Composite score for earlyReading or earlyMath?
- Behavior Screening: Communicating Results with Families
- Selective Behavior Screening
- Why does earlyReading Spanish- Letter Sounds have both Upper and Lowercase letters?
- Why does FastBridge use the median score for WCPM and accuracy in CBMreading when used for screening?
- What does it mean when an assessment is in Lab?
- What is the flag next to a score?