Benefits

  • Make any Test Practice a Diagnostic Assessment
  • Scoring & Diagnostic processing for Many of Popular Admission Tests
  • Large Test and Question Banks for State Standardized Subject Tests

Every Test is a Diagnostic Assessment

Socrato does scoring and sophisticated analysis for number of popular admission exams and state standardized test.

To generate detailed scoring and “Beyond Scores” insights, Socrato's rules-based, test scoring, performance, and diagnostic assessment engine learns over time about test and gets smarter.

Socrato diagnostic reports are created using student answer responses and by proprietary rules processing. Socrato does not host, distribute or sell copyrighted tests or questions. As many tests are only available in paper or pdf format, to support processing of all type of tests, Socrato works in two convenient modes.


 

Answers Only Processing

AOP

Practice on Paper
Score and Diagnostic Analysis Online

Socrato engine works even without having actual content or text of the question online. Number of tests which are available for processing in Socrato works in this mode.

Questions & Answers Processing

QAP

Practice online or on Paper
Score and Diagnostic Analysis Online

When actual question are added online, user can print and take test online, and they can also create custom practice tests and study plan based on the analysis.

 


Admission Exams that can be Processed by Socrato

Socrato can process and run diagnostic reports on retired, released, and practice exams for a number of popular admission Exams.

While we do not sell, distribute, or copy these exams, practice exams and study materials are widely and inexpensively available from testing agencies, libraries and other sources. Custom proprietary tests can be created for any exam.

Currently Supported admission exams:



Question Bank and Tests for Grade 3 to Grade 10 Subject Study

The Socrato question bank, vocabulary bank, and test bank for Grade 3 to Grade 10 subject study includes test practice materials created by Socrato experts, publicly available sources like NAEP, and by Socrato users.

 
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Standards tagged Item & Test Bank

Math

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ELA (English Language)

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Science

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Social Studies

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Custom Assessments

All subjects

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Teacher Generated Assessments (Shared publicly)

All subjects

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Definitions of Test Types Supported by Socrato

Real Test vs. Sample Tests

  • A "Past Real Test," also known as a "Past Actual Test," is a test that was given to students in one of the past actual exams, and was used as a basis to report the scores. Examining organizations like College Board or ACT, Inc. may or may not release the real test as they might reuse the questions in future exams. They may also release only a limited number of tests or limited number of question items.
  • "Sample Tests" are tests in which questions are similar to the ‘real test’ questions, and are primarily used for practice and preparation purposes only. The sample test may contain some real questions. The test as a whole was never given to students for score reporting purposes. Many publishing companies and tutoring companies create their own sample tests.

Released Non-Book Tests

  • Issued at exam time: students are able to take the test booklets along with them after the test. Many major exams including SAT and ACT do not allow this, because the questions are recycled in follow-up exams, and sometime they recycle the whole test.
  • Sent as part of Score Reporting: many examination organizations (such as College Board or ACT, Inc.) will send the real test booklet along with score reports to student. This may be done only for certain exam dates. Students may have to pay extra for such test booklets.
  • Sold by Examination Organization: Many organization sell old 'real test' booklets for a fee. Examination organizations such as the SAT and MCAT usually do this.
  • Sample Booklet: As part of the exam overview document (typically available for download from the examination organization's website), one practice test is included in the booklet. This practice test is typically a 'past real test.'

Released Test in Book

  • The examining organization typically publishes a practice or preparation guide for their exam. These guides typically have a few 'past real tests.' For example, the ACT Guide has 3 past real tests, while the SAT Guide has 4 real tests out of 10.

 



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