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Interpreting TASCTM Test Results

Good job taking the TASCTM test! Let’s talk about what your score means.

The TASCTM test is broken up into five sections: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Reading, and Writing.

To pass the TASCTM test, you have to score at least 500 on each subject as well as at least 2 out of 8 on the Writing section. Students must pass all five of the subject areas to pass the TASCTM test.

The TASCTM test is designed to determine whether one’s knowledge and skill meets or surpasses at least 60 percent of graduating high school seniors, meaning a successful pass puts the test-taker in the top 40 percent of their peer group.

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How to Study For The TASCTM Test
Why Take The TASCTM Test

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