Check out these examples of student assessment booklets and scoring guides to see what’s on the junior-division assessment and how it is scored.
It’s important for parents to understand their school’s EQAO results, in addition to their child’s individual results. The resource “Six Questions to Ask When Looking at Your School’s Results” can help parents understand and talk about the school’s results with the principal, teachers and each other.
The descriptions of student performance on EQAO assessments in this guide will provide you with a clearer picture of what an EQAO level designation means in terms of your child’s performance on the assessments.
EQAO's Assessments of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Primary Division (Grades 1–3) and Junior Division (Grades 4–6) are solidly grounded in The Ontario Curriculum. This document demonstrates the links or connections that exist between the assessments and various grades and subjects in the primary and junior divisions.
Did you know that the creation and administration of an assessment involves a three-year process from start to finish? This video explains the key steps that EQAO takes to ensure that its tests are of such high quality.
This video describes how Ontario’s province-wide assessments are linked to The Ontario Curriculum and how the results are used to help improve learning for all students.