Asked by: Andris Cillan
asked in category: General Last Updated: 17th May, 2020

What happens if you fail the EOG?

It is a common myth (maybe even a legend) in schools all around the state of North Carolina that if a student fails the EOG, they will be held back to repeat the grade they are in. If the student has shown proficiency all year long in the subject area, they will simply move on to the next grade.

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In this regard, what does 4 mean on EOG?

Students scoring at Level 3 are considered proficient for that grade level or course, but may still need some targeted help in the next grade or course. Students scoring at Levels 4 or 5 are ready for the next grade or course, and are also on a path to be prepared for college or a career by the time they graduate.

Similarly, can you opt out of EOG in NC? Unlike some states, North Carolina has no official opt-out procedure. Instead, families “refuse” tests, sometimes with unclear consequences for students.

Keeping this in view, what is a passing score on the EOG?

Scores of 3, 4 or 5 are passing. Under the old system, passing scores were 3 and 4. Under the new system, level 3 became level 4, and level 4 became level 5.

How many questions is EOG?

Fractions and Multiplication are tested more than any other standard on the EOG!!! Together they make up more than half of the test! Number of questions can vary but it is typically around 45 total questions. The number of questions ranges from 45-50 total.

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