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1 AIR (Science & Social Studies) and PARCC (ELA & Math)
Ohio’s State Tests AIR (Science & Social Studies) and PARCC (ELA & Math)

2 AIR Test Resources American Institutes for Research (AIR) systems used to administer the online science and social studies tests An online course and companion guidance document   TA Practice Site and to review the online practice tests. The Online Testing Checklist for test administrator

3 PARCC Computer-based Testing; Administration Training for
Test Administrators Welcome to: “PARCC Computer-based Testing; Administration Training for Test Administrators.” This module covers policies and procedures specific to Computer-based testing for Test Administrators and Proctors. If your LEA or school is administrating paper-based testing instead, please view the PARCC Paper-based Testing; Administration Training for Test Coordinators training module which is posted at https://parcc.tms.pearson.com/.

4 PBA Test Administration Flowchart
The Spring Administration of the PARCC assessments includes two separate test administration windows: the Performance-Based Assessment (PBA) and the End-of-Year (EOY), both of which will be administered in paper-based and computer-based format. The PBA administration occurs after approximately 75 percent of instructional time is complete. The EOY administration occurs after approximately 90 percent of instructional time is complete. The student must participate in both PBA and EOY to be tested on the full range of applicable Standards. Each test administration is comprised of multiple units, and, with certain mathematics units, there are separate sections. This figure shows the different components of the Spring Administration of PARCC assessments . Notice how the PBA administration branches out into two sessions: English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. ELA/Literacy includes three units that focus on writing effectively when analyzing text. These units must be scheduled in the following order: Literary Analysis, Research Simulation, and Narrative Writing. Math includes two units that focus on applying skills and concepts and understanding multistep problems that require abstract reasoning, precision, perseverance, and strategic use of tools. These units must be scheduled in the following order: Unit 1 then Unit 2. In grades 6 – 8 and high school, Unit 1 of the test includes two sections, the first taken without the use of a calculator and the second with the use of a calculator. Refer to the tables in the Test Coordinator Manual for unit guidelines For both ELA/Literacy and Math, units must be scheduled in the specified order.

5 Test Schedule Test windows differ by state. Check with your state for more information. If you have any questions about your state’s testing dates, please refer to your state policy under the Testing Window section of the Test Administrator Manual.

6 Testing Times Test windows differ by state. Check with your state for more information. If you have any questions about your state’s testing dates, please refer to your state policy under the Testing Window section of the Test Administrator Manual.

7 Math Resources Graph paper is allowable at all grade levels
For grades 3-5, calculators are allowed for accommodation use only

8 Math Resources Math Reference Sheet Grade 5 - provided within the test platform

9 ELA Resources Headphones
Headphones are needed for ELA/Literacy PBA units For students who receive the text-to-speech accommodation for the ELA/Literacy assessments or the accessibility features for the Mathematics assessments. Volume controls appear before the start of each unit - volume can only be adjusted prior to beginning the test Attempting to adjust the volume later may cause TestNav to close

10 Guidelines for Administration Time
Task Time to be Allotted for an Administration Preparing for testing (includes reading instructions to students and answering questions) 10 minutes Distributing test material 5 minutes Unit testing time 60–90 minutes* Completing end-of-unit activities, including closing units, collecting test materials, and administering a student survey (after EOY only) 5–15 minutes PARCC assessments are timed tests, and no additional time may be permitted (with the exception of an extended time accommodation). The Administration Time includes: preparing for testing, distributing test materials, unit testing time, and completing end-of-unit activities. Unit testing time is the amount of time allowable for any student who needs it and the amount of time that must be provided to complete the unit. Use the Unit Guidelines and Schedule found in the PARCC Test Administrator Manual, located on the PearsonAccessnext Support page to find specific times for each Unit. *Depending on unit and subject—refer to Unit Guidelines and Schedule table in the Test Administrators Manual for each Unit Time.

11 Guidelines for Administration Time
Guidelines for Administration Time (continued) Provide all students with the entire amount of Unit Testing Time. Once the Unit Testing Time has elapsed, the unit must end. A student may be allowed an extended time accommodations only if listed in his or her IEP, 504 Plan, or EL Plan. Refer to your School Test Coordinator for which script option to read regarding what is allowed if students finish early. Schools must provide all students with the entire amount of unit testing time and must schedule accordingly. A new unit cannot be started until all students in the session are finished or until unit testing time has elapsed. If all students have completed testing before the end of the unit testing time, the unit may end. Once the unit testing time has been reached, the unit must end, except for students with extended time accommodations. An extended time accommodation is allowed only if it is listed in his or her IEP, 504 Plan, or EL Plan. Since a new unit cannot be started until all students in a session are finished or until unit testing time has expired, it is recommended to test students with an extended time accommodations separately. Refer to your School Test Coordinator for more information about which script option to read and what students are allowed to do if they complete a unit early. If you are providing an Extended Time Accommodation, work with your School Test Coordinator to implement this accommodation appropriately.

12 Make-Up Testing Make-Up Testing
Students who are absent, become ill, or who can no longer test because of classroom, school, or technical interruptions during original units, may utilize make-up testing. Students are not allowed to return to any portion of the test they have already completed. Test security and administration protocols apply. Units may be taken out of order for make-up testing only. Students who are not tested on the regular administration date should participate in make-up testing. This includes students who are absent or become ill during original units and students who are affected by classroom, school, or technical interruptions. Students may be allowed to complete that test on a different day. The Test Administrator involved in make-up units should not allow students to go back to any portion of the test they have already completed. Tests will automatically resume at the exact point where a student exited. Test Administrators must closely monitor make-up testing to ensure students do not return to questions they have already answered. The test security and administration protocols also apply to make-up testing. For make-up testing only, a student may skip a unit to be able to test with his/her testing group.  The student will then make-up missed units.  Refer to the PARCC Test Administrator Manual located on the PearsonAccessnext Support page for information about make-up testing. * Note: all units must be scheduled in sequential order.

13 PearsonAccessnext Steps to prepare for PARCC Computer-based Tests:
Test sessions are virtual groupings of individual students who will take the same test at the same time and place. Within PearsonAccessnext test sessions, School Test Coordinators may need to view or edit test session details; add, remove, or move students; and add or change the test form assigned to students. Test sessions will be used to generate and print Student Testing Tickets and seal codes. Scheduling a date and time is primarily for planning purposes. A test session will not start until Test Administrators click Start on the Session Details screen. Test Administrators are not bound by the date and time selected for a test session. Before a test session is started the date and time can be updated. Before students can begin testing Test Administrators will need to log in to PearsonAccessnext with their user account and manually begin the test session. This will put students’ test in an Ready status. After a session is started, you can monitor the real-time status of students by refreshing your browser. Students will use their Student Testing Ticket that contains the TestNav URL and login information to start testing. Their status indicator will then show as Active on the Test Administrator's Session Management screen in PearsonAccessnext. If a student’s test session is in an Exited status in PearsonAccesssnext a student can be resumed in the Resume Student’s Test in PearsonAccessnext. If a student exits TestNav (either unintentionally or intentionally) before completing a test, the Test Administrator must Resume the student’s test before the student can continue with same test. Verify that TestNav is shut down for a student before attempting to resume the student in the administrative site. When Test Administrators click Resume, they are resuming the student’s test from the point at which the test was interrupted. The system will upload any test responses that the student entered after the interruption that were saved. There are two ways students should stop a test session: Once the student reaches the end of the unit, but not ready to officially submit their final test administration responses, the Test Administrator should have the student EXIT. If the student has completed all units and the test administration is complete, have the student Submit the test. To “restart” a test session, the Test Administrator must set the test session to Resumed status within PearsonAccesssnext. Once the test has been unlocked, the students may proceed to use their Student Testing Ticket and log into TestNav with their login credentials. Tests will automatically resume at the exact point where a student exited. Test Administrators must closely monitor testing sessions to ensure students do not return to questions they have already answered. If a test is in a Complete status this indicates that the test has been submitted by the student through TestNav and the data has been processed. A Marked Complete status indicates that the Test Administrator marked the student’s test complete because the student will not return to finish the test. If a test is in a Complete and Marked Complete status, it cannot be reopened. A Stop status id performed by the Test Administrator or School Test Coordinator and indicates a session as completed. This housekeeping activity cannot be set until all students tests are in a complete or marked complete status.  Note: Refer to PearsonAccessnext Training Module located at for instructions on logging into PearsonAccessnext and performing the tasks described in this section. Steps to prepare for PARCC Computer-based Tests: Manage and monitor Test Sessions in PearsonAccessnext Start test sessions Understand the active testing status indicators Manage test interruptions Understand how a student should exit a test Resume student’s test Completed and Marked Test Complete status Stop Test Sessions Information on how to complete these activities will be found in the PearsonAccessnext Training Module

14 Testing Environment (TAM, P.16, 18)
A quiet testing environment is priority #1! Every testing location should have proper lighting, ventilation and be at a comfortable temperature To maintain security in a computer-based testing environment, PARCC suggests configurations for seating student

15 Visitors during testing (TAM, p. 16)
Visitors- including parents/guardians, school board members, researchers, reporters, and non authorized testing personnel- are prohibited from entering the testing environment.

16 Breaks during testing (TAM, p.6, 25)
During a unit, “stand-and-stretch” breaks of UP TO 3 MINUTES may be permitted at the discretion of the Test Administrator. Do not allow talking among students during breaks. Students are not permitted to use electronic devices, play games, or engage in activities that may violate the validity of the test.

17 Restroom Breaks (TAM, P. 25, TCM, P. 10)
Only one student is allowed to leave the testing room at a time for an individual restroom break during testing. A student must be supervised at all times between the testing room and restroom (e.g., by a Proctor).

18 Guidance for Redirecting Students (TAM, p. 24)
All directions may be repeated as necessary for all students Test administrators may redirect student’s attention to the test without coaching or assisting the student: Provide reminders to stay on task and focused Provide a redirection as part of a classroom management plan or school rules Provide a visual cue for students to stay on task

19 Dismissing student misconduct (TAM, 25)
The test administrator has the authority to dismiss any student for misconduct. Collect the student’s test materials and close their test session. They will be dismissed from the exam room with no opportunity to make-up/retake missed questions (if test has already started). The test administrator may recommend test invalidation. Make sure you go into TestNav and exit the student’s test

20 Do Not Disturb (TAM, P.22, Appendix F)
Post a “Testing- Do Not Disturb” sign on the outside of the door on the testing room during each session.

21 Tasks to Complete Before Testing
At least One week before testing: Test Administrators and Proctors must read and be familiar with the content and instructions contained in the Test Coordinator manual and attend the training led by the School Test Coordinator to prepare for test administration and review responsibilities. After meeting with the School Test Coordinator, Test Administrators and Proctors should have a complete understanding of the testing schedule, including the plan for make-up testing; assignment of students, including those who require accommodations and/or accessibility features; security plan; Chain-of-Custody of test materials protocol; and expectations for active proctoring. Sign the Security Agreement and submit it to the School Test Coordinator. If administering accommodations, Test Administrators should receive and review the list of their students requiring accommodations and plan accordingly for space, procedures, and materials. Also, be aware that some testing accommodations require a Test Administrator to view, read, or transcribe test content or student responses. It is your responsibility to verify that you have received all necessary materials before testing begins. Remember that all test materials are secure and may not be released, copied, or duplicated in any way. Arrange to have a sufficient supply of pencils and scratch paper for student use one week before testing. If applicable, your School Test Coordinator will instruct you on how to participate in the Infrastructure Trial. It is highly recommended that all students who will participate in the online PARCC assessments for computer-base testing first practice with the TestNav 8 Tutorial, Student Tutorials, and Sample Items and Practice Tests. The TestNav 8 Tutorial guides students and educators on how to navigate through the computer-based testing platform and explains the available tools such as navigation buttons and mathematics/accessibility tools. Student Tutorials provide instructions to students on how to use each item type in the assessment. Sample Items are additional practice items. However, these will not provide instruction on the use of each item type. They are available in certain grade bands. Practice Tests will provide a sample test experience. These practice tests are available in 3 different formats: Paper-based, Web-based, and as a form in PearsonAccessnext, which can be used in a school’s infrastructure trial. Your School Test Coordinator will communicate a schedule for administering these tools to students. Test Administrators and Proctors Must Prepare for a Test Administration At least one week before Testing: Read the Test Administrator Manual Attend training to review policies and instructions for test administration. Log in to the PearsonAccessnext site and the Pearson Training Site Sign a Security Agreement. Prepare to administer accommodated tests, if necessary. Arrange for school supplied materials. Administer the computer-based Sample Items and Tutorials.

22 Tasks to Complete Before Testing (continued)
Test Administrators and Proctors Must Prepare for a Test Administration At least 2 days before Testing: Ensure you can access PearsonAccessnext. Prepare the testing environment. One day before testing: Ensure you checked that you are able to log into PearsonAccessnext in order to monitor test sessions. Prepare the testing environment. The testing environment refers to the surroundings of the testing room where a student can see, hear, or access information. Confirm that each student will be sufficiently separated from other students to support a secure testing environment. Check that all needed materials and equipment are available and in good working condition. Cover or remove from the testing space all materials containing content in the subject area being tested, including any materials that might help students answer test questions. The general rule is that if it will provide students with an advantage or information on how to answer a question, it should be covered. Prohibited materials can compromise test security, violate the construct being measured by the assessment, and, thereby, invalidate test results.

23 Tasks to Complete the Day of Testing
On the day of testing, Test Administrators should receive test materials from the School Test Coordinator and track receipt using the Computer-based Chain-of-Custody Form. Test Administrators must also document the return of all test materials to the School Test Coordinator, immediately after testing. Test materials include Student Testing Tickets, Seal Codes, Mathematics Reference Sheets, pencils, blank scratch paper, calculators, Mathematics tools, headphones, students’ testing schedule, and roster or list of students to whom you are administering the test. Manage test sessions in PearsonAccessnext. When ready to begin, start each session and monitor students. Please reference the Student Statuses in PearsonAccessnext section of the Test Administrator Manual to find activity statuses for each student’s session. You may also view the PearsonAccessnext Training Module located at https://parcc.tms.pearson.com to understand steps on starting and monitoring student sessions. Once students arrive and are seated, Test Administrators are required to adhere to the scripts provided in the Test Administrator Manual. Read word-for-word the bold instructions in each “Say” box to students. Text that appears outside the box includes directions for the Test Administrators to follow and should not be read to students. You may repeat any part of the scripted directions as many times as needed while you are delivering the script. Directions may be provided in a student’s native language, if providing an accommodation to an English Learner. Test Administrators are permitted to clarify only general administration instructions after reading the script word-for-word. No part of the test may be clarified, nor can assistance be provided to the student during testing. When instructed to do so while reading the administration scripts, distribute the appropriate test materials, including scratch paper. For each unit, instruct students to print their names on the scratch paper in order to account for all testing materials. After confirming all students have the correct Student Testing Ticket, instruct students to navigate to TestNav and instruct them to type the username and password found on the bottom of their Student Testing Ticket into the appropriate fields on the login screen. Please see the Log Students into TestNav section of the Test Administrators Manual for details on how to use the Student Testing Ticket to log students into TestNav. Keep accurate time for each unit. Remember that failure to provide the correct amount of time may result in test invalidation. Follow your State policy for more information on how to instruct students after the unit time has been completed, including materials permitted after testing, such as recreational books. During testing, be an active proctor by circulating around the room and checking to see that students are following the test instructions, working independently, and that student’s desks are free of any prohibited materials. Test Administrators may redirect a student’s attention to the test without coaching or assisting the student in any way. Examples include providing a redirection as part of a classroom management plan or providing a visual cue to the student to remain on task. The Test Administrator has the authority to dismiss any student for misconduct, following school protocol. If student misconduct warrants dismissal, collect the student’s test materials and dismiss the student from the exam room. If applicable, provide breaks by following the procedures in the Test Administrator Manual. Report any testing irregularity or security breach to the School Test Coordinator. If a student testing device is experiencing technical problems during a test, such as freezing, error messages, or blank screens, that prevents the student from normal continuation of testing, the Test Administrator should troubleshoot these issues. Guidance for Troubleshooting Computer-based Testing is found in the Test Administrator Manual. Test Administrators Activities, the Day of Testing: Receive test materials. Note: PBA ELA requires headphones Manage test sessions in PearsonAccessnext Read the appropriate script. Distribute test materials to students. Help students log in to TestNav. Keep time. Supervise and monitor test activity. Provide breaks, if applicable. Report testing Irregularity or security breaches. Troubleshoot computer-based testing issues.

24 Materials Distributed Test Day (TAM, p. 9-10, 14)
Student Authorization Tickets* Seal Codes* *These materials must not be stored in classrooms prior to or following the day of administration Scratch Paper- Graph paper, lined paper, blank computer paper Two pages per student Pages must be provided by test administrators Headphones Must be stand alone and not plugged in to any device Can be used as noise buffers to minimize distractions Students can either bring their own or the school can provide

25 Reading the Script (TAM, p.22)
Test administrators are required to adhere to the script provided in this manual for administering the PARCC ELA/Math assessments Read word-for-word all text that is boxed and printed in bold type and preceded by the word: SAY. You may not modify or paraphrase the wording in the SAY boxes. Test Administrators are permitted to clarify only general administration instructions after reading the script word-for-word. If you have ANY questions regarding policy, security breaches, or irregularities contact your Test Coordinator immediately!

26 Keeping Accurate Time Display a timing box on the board
Do not fill in the Starting Time or Stopping Time lines until instructed to do so in the scripts. Make sure you keep accurate time for each session. If a session has a 90 minute allotment, then the test session should ONLY be 90 minutes! Students will remain for the initial session time, even if they finish early. No test session can be extended beyond one school day (extended time is only allowable in cases in which an IEP specifically denotes that accommodation)

27 Logging Students IN On the morning of testing, you will give each student an authorization ticket with their name specifically printed on the ticket. When instructed, students will type in their username and password given

28 Guidance for Troubleshooting Computer-based Testing
When a technology disruption affects a single student: Note the time of the disruption; Follow the procedures outlined by your school on who to contact or troubleshooting guidance. Note: Error codes for TestNav and guidance for resolving computer-based testing issues can be found in the TestNav 8 User Guide. Technology Coordinators and Test Administrators must not take photos of error screens. If the issue cannot be resolved in a timely manner without disruption to the other students testing, the student should be moved to another testing device, and given time to account for any delay caused by the error and the switch in devices. If no alternate device is available, the student should be dismissed from the testing session and resume the test on a functioning device as soon as possible on the same day. The student may not return to any section of the test he or she has already completed, and must be given the amount of time remaining in the test unit when the technical problem occurred. Document the situation in writing. Refer to Appendix C for your state’s policy about reporting a testing irregularity. When a technology disruption affects multiple students: Pause testing in the room until the problem is resolved. Note the time of the disruption so that the remaining time for the unit can be calculated. Once the issues are resolved, prepare students to resume testing for the continuation of the unit: Test Administrators must resume students’ tests in PearsonAccessnext before the students can continue with the same test; refer to resuming a test in PearsonAccessnext Online User Guide. Test Administrators must inform students how many minutes remain in the unit. Test Administrators must write on the board the updated start time and stop time of the unit. When a technology disruption affecting a single student occurs, Test Administrators should follow these steps: Note the time of the disruption. Follow procedures on troubleshooting and support. If issue persist move the student to another testing device. Document the situation in writing. When a technology disruption affecting multiple students occurs, Test Administrators should follow these steps: Pause testing. Resume testing.

29 During Testing: Security Breaches
All instances of security breaches and testing irregularities must be reported to the School Test Coordinator, immediately. The Form to Report a Testing Irregularity or Security Breach must be completed within two school days of the incident. Be prepared to provide a written statement of the incident to your School Test Coordinator should a security breach or testing irregularity occur. Your School TC will review more detailed security policies and procedures. Testing irregularities and test security breaches must be immediately reported to your School Test Coordinator, and a written report of the incident must be submitted within two school days. Refer to your state policy for your state procedure for reporting test irregularities. Any action that compromises test security or score validity may be classified as a security breaches or test irregularity. The following are examples of test security breaches; see the Test Coordinator Manual for more examples. use of prohibited electronic devices, coaching students during testing, and copying or reproducing any part of the passages or test items or any secure test materials or online test forms. Please reference the Test Administrator Manual for more examples.

30 During Testing: Monitor Student Status
Your TA screen/dashboard will display one of the following status levels for EACH student during testing – be sure to hit REFRESH to see the most current status!

31 Resume a Student - when student exits a test (intentionally or unintentionally)
Before student can finish the test session/unit, the Test Administrator (you) must Resume the student To do this – (see next slides for screen shots) Select the student from your session list Select Resume Student Tests from the task list (top left of screen) Click Start Select student again from list and click Resume Only students in Active or Exited status can be resumed Since students Exit when finished with a Unit, if there is another Unit to be taken you must Resume EACH student before starting the next Unit! You can practice this in the Training site. Trng.pearsonaccessnext.com

32 Resume a Student 1. Select student
2. Click Resume Student Tests from Tasks Menu 3. Click Start These are the first steps. Additional steps on next slide. You can practice this in the Training site. Trng.pearsonaccessnext.com

33 Resume a Student 4. Select student again 5. Click Resume
6. Refresh your screen to see student status change to ‘Active’ You can practice this in the Training site. Trng.pearsonaccessnext.com

34 Tasks to Complete After Testing
After Testing the PARCC Assessment Collect materials and return to the School Test Coordinator. Test Administrator Manual Student Testing Tickets Seal Codes school-supplied mathematics reference sheets and calculators (if applicable) used and unused scratch paper headphones Report accommodations usage and missing materials to the School Test Coordinator. Stop Test Sessions in PearsonAccessnext. Complete a Test Administrator Survey after each administration. The Test Administrators must ensure all materials are collected and returned to the School Test Coordinator immediately after testing. Track their return on the School Chain-of-Custody Form or any other equivalent materials tracking log used by your school. Check that students’ names are written on scratch paper to help account for all testing materials. In addition, inform the School Test Coordinator of any accommodations used during testing and if there are any missing test materials. Manually stop the test sessions in PearsonAccessnext. Please note: Test sessions cannot be stopped until all students in that session are in a completed status. After all units are complete, go to the link provided in the Test Administrator Manual to complete the PARCC Test Administrator survey and provide information on your experience administering PARCC assessments. Information from this survey will be used to inform future PARCC testing practices.

35 Preparation & Reources: 2 Different PARCC Sites
Training Site - Brown – “Training Pearson Access Next” Site used for the trial last week Use this site to practice with students https://trng.pearsonaccessnext.com PARCC Test Site – Blue – “Pearson Access Next” the one you will use for the REAL tests https://oh.pearsonaccessnext.com Try signing into BOTH sites - username sent to you by ‘PARCC Pearson Access’ in January Next, we will review a list of the most commonly used acronyms.

36 Resources TAM and TCM Manuals & Training Modules can be found at Click ‘Manuals & Training’ Let’s go there now! You can also access the testing site from this page AND Test Prep resources AND the latest news bulletins from PARCC All information discussed in this training module can be found in the PARCC Test Administrator Manual.

37 Resources – Support Page within the PARCC Testing Site (sign in first) https://oh.pearsonaccessnext.com This page is found in PearsonAccessnext. Click on Documentation within the Support icon. To learn how to start and monitor tests, click on ‘Training Modules’ in the Top Resources Section. Scroll to the section titled “Manage Online Tests’ and then go to the section ‘During Online Testing’

38 Resources – Don’t forget about the Training Site (brown)
Select the green PearsonAccessnext dropdown menu and select Training. Enter your user ID and password, and then click Sign In to go to the Training Center. OR you can go to https://trng.pearsonaccessnext.com The PearsonAccessnext Training Center allows you to practice without affecting the “live” data for testing activities. For instance, LEA Test Coordinators can create sample students or practice placing an additional order or Test Administrators can practices managing test sessions. The Training Center is found at When you select Training, notice that the Training Center has a brown theme, while the production site has a blue theme.

39 Support: PARCC Support
Contact PARCC Support: Online Support and Resources: Call Toll Free: (5:00 am – 7:00 pm CT, Mon. – Fri.) You can contact PARCC Support for assistance with: Navigating PearsonAccessnext Navigating the Training Center Managing Student Registration Data Setting up units Managing user IDs and passwords Accessing resources Setting up proctor caching Submitting additional orders Inquiring about shipments

40 Read the Manual!!! (TAM, p. 17) All school staff involved in the administration of the PARCC assessment must be familiar with their individual responsibilities and PARCC test security protocols. Test Administrators and Proctors must read and be familiar with the content and instructions contained in this manual. It is crucial that you read pages 1-26 in the manual in addition to participating in today’s training. - click ‘Manuals & Training’

41 What to do next? Download and/or print the manual for your grade level - click ‘Manuals & Training’ Print out the scripts for the test units you are administering (ex. Mat PBA Units 1 & 2) Print testing signs (Appendix D of TA Manual) Log in to your Pearson Account (the real test system) at oh.pearsonaccessnext.com Practice navigating the TestNav PARCC system by logging in to the Training Pearson Site at trng.pearsonaccessnext.com and practice Resuming Students and Marking tests Complete


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