The Assessment of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Junior Division assesses the reading, writing and mathematics skills students are expected to have learned by the end of Grade 6.
Administration User Guide, 2023–2024
- teachers, including accessing accounts, managing classes, preparing students for assessment sessions and administering sessions and stages.
- school administrators, including accessing and navigating accounts as well as managing student lists, teacher accounts and upcoming assessment sessions at the school.
- school board IT teams and representatives, including the technical readiness process, accessibility and accommodation options, bandwidth and connectivity requirements, security and domain allowed-list protocols as well as information on the configuration of devices.
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This sample test gives students the opportunity to become familiar with the online assessment and its platform. Students will be able to try out the various tools, including built-in text-to-speech audio, zoom in and zoom out, high contrast and highlighter, in the e-assessment platform.
Alternative Version of the Sample Test
This format of the alternative version is for students with a visual impairment (including students who require the Braille format) and who require audio with full descriptions of all mathematics graphics.
This format of the alternative version is for students who are able to respond only to single-selection questions, or who require the printable PDF, and who do not require audio with full descriptions of all mathematics graphics.
English–French and French–English Glossaries
EQAO’s junior-division assessment covers student learning of the knowledge and skills that are defined in the expectations in The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1–8: Language (20023) and The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1–8: Mathematics (2020) up to the end of Grade 6. The Framework provides a detailed description of the assessment, including how the assessment is mapped to the Ontario language and mathematics curricula, the assessment process and design, and how the assessment is scored.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequently asked questions about the Assessments of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Primary and Junior Divisions.