When creating an Advanced Assessment, there are over 60 types of questions you can choose from. This article will get you started in the right direction based on the subject you are creating the assessment for.

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ELA

Advanced assessment questions that work well for ELA assessments are:

Also, a two-column layout may be helpful if you are looking to have a passage and questions included on the same page.

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Math

Advanced assessment questions that work well for math assessments are:

Also, it may be helpful to take a look at the different ways you can score math questions.

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Science

Advanced assessment questions that work well for science assessments are:

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Social Studies (History)

Advanced assessment questions that work well for social studies and history assessments are:

Also, a two-column layout may be helpful if you are looking to have a passage and questions included on the same page.

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Enrichment

Also known as specials, electives, encore, and more.

Check out the links below to see the resource for each of these enrichment subjects.

Art

Business

Performing Arts

Physical Education and Health

Tech Ed

World Languages

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Additional Resources

➡️ Don't forget about the basic question types such as multiple choice, matching, essay/short answer, and fill in the blanks!

  • Looking for the Advanced Assessment Question Guide? Click here.

  • Looking for a list of question types by category? Click here.

  • Looking for a list of question types categorized by level of difficulty to create? Click here.


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