Willowbrook is here to make the NYS testing system easier on everyone in your institution. We take the work and the stress out of the testing process by offering clear guidance and a helping hand every step of the way.
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This year's deadline is Monday, October 24, 2022
Willowbrook will email your school's test scores by the end of August or early September, so your school can enter the results in time for the Title 1 survey.
Yes, the Willowbrook System of Checks and Reviews is a comprehensive quality control system of how, when, where, and who needs to review each answer sheet for errors.
At the conclusion of scoring, Willowbrook reviews each answer sheet to ensure it is in scannable condition. In negligence cases, answer sheets will be returned to the school for correction.
No. Willowbrook will guide your testing faculty on how to administer the tests correctly. We will not come down to your school to administer the tests. That will be your school's responsibility.
Math and ELA: All used Session 2 booklets must be kept in your school for 12 months in the event of an audit. All Session 1 booklets and unused Session 2 booklets must be returned to Questar.
NYSESLAT: All NYSESLAT testing material, used and unused, must be returned to Metritech.
You can reach out to the testing vendor to email you more shipping labels.
We are considering administering ELA/Math/NYSESLAT tests for the first time. Is there a way to review tests from past years to help us with our decision?
Yes, use this link for past math, and ELA tests http://www.nysed.gov/state-assessment/past-grades-3-8-tests.
Use this link to past NYSESLAT tests http://www.nysed.gov/state-assessment/test-samplers-and-directions-administration
Willowbrook will do its utmost to see what we can do for your institution.
NYSED compares all students loaded in the level 0 database. If they receive similar information from more than one student, they want to know if the data is coming from one student or if there are multiple students with similar information. They then put the questionable student in the NYSISS queue. If your school is notified that you have students in the queue, you must go to NYSISS and follow the instructions on how to reconcile the issue.