End of Course Exams
Why must I take the End of Course (EOC) exams?
By state law, the Nevada Proficiency Exams are being phased out and replaced with the End of Course Exams for all students in the Class of 2017 and on.
Am I required to pass the EOC exams?
Beginning with the class of 2019 students must achieve a passing score that will be determined by the state of Nevada. Your parents and teachers will receive a copy of the results though, so it is critical that you try your best.
How long are the exams?
Each exam is scheduled to take between 1.5 and 2 hours, but there is no time limit.
How will these exams be administered?
Exams are online. “Click here” to watch a tutorial on the process of EOC.
What subjects do these exams cover?
ELA I – Reading Comprehension. ELA II – Writing. Math I – Algebra I. Math II – Geometry
What do I need to bring?
Nothing. You are not permitted to have a phone in your possession during testing and we provide pencils and scratch paper if necessary. Calculators are provided on the section of the tests where it is permitted.
What exams will I take?
Exams are based on your coursework so you will complete exams for the courses you are enrolled in or have completed without passing the participating on these exams in previous years. If you fail the exams you will have another opportunity to pass during the next available test session.
9th grade English = ELA I 7th-12th grade Algebra I = Math 1
10th grade English = ELA II 7th – 12th grade Geometry = Math 2
9th-11th grade Science=biology
What is the EOC exam schedule?
These exams are typically held around the end of April and early May. We will notify you of exact dates as soon as we can and you will sign up using your Moodle account.
Who should I contact if I have a question?
Melanie Dunlop firstname.lastname@example.org 702-257-0578×5577