# What FSA do 6th graders take?

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## What FSA do 6th graders take?

Students taking the Grades 3-6 FSA ELA and Grades 3-6 FSA Mathematics assessments must take an FSA paper-based practice test. Students taking the Grades 7-10 FSA ELA, Grades 7-8 Mathematics, and EOC assessments must take a computer-based practice test.

**How do I prepare for FSA math?**

How to Study for the FSA Math Test?

- Choose your study program.
- Think of math positively.
- Make the concepts clear.
- Practice daily.
- Find the best way to learn.
- Use the FSA math formulas wisely.
- Take simulated tests.
- Take the FSA Math Test.

### Can you cheat on the FSA?

If students are caught cheating during testing, their tests will be invalidated. In addition, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) employs Caveon Test Security to analyze student test results to detect unusually similar answer patterns.

**Is FSA being removed?**

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday signed SB 1048 — formally called the “Student Assessments” bill — into law, which eliminates the FSA after this school year and replaces them with a progress monitoring system starting in the 2022/23 academic year.

#### What happens if my child does not pass the FSA?

If your child does not score at Level 2 or above, you will be notified by the school that your child will not be promoted to grade 4 until he or she achieves the required reading level. Students who are retained must be given intensive instruction in reading to help them catch up.

**What happens if you fail the FSA test?**

Statewide Assessment Retakes—Students can retake the Grade 10 FSA ELA Assessment or FSA Algebra 1 EOC Assessment each time the test is administered until they achieve a passing score, and students can continue their high school education beyond the twelfth-grade year should they need additional instruction.

## How many kids cheat on the SAT?

Despite this, some students find ways around the rules and cheat on their SAT or ACT. This is apparently not a widespread issue, as there have been only an estimated 2,000 cases of cheating out of approximately two million students who take the SAT each year.