The Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) is a test administered to B.C. students in grades 4 and 7. The test takes place each year and is designed to measure reading, writing and numeracy skills of students province-wide.
Furthermore, what does a 3 on the FSA mean? The lowest score in Level 3 is the passing score for each grade level and subject. The table below shows the score ranges for each achievement level on the FSA score scale. For grades 4–10 ELA, a combined score is reported that includes student performance on both the Writing and Reading components.
Keeping this in view, do you have to pass the FSA to graduate?
Students must pass the 10th grade English Language Arts FSA to graduate. Students who do not pass may earn a passing concordant score on the SAT or ACT.
Is the FSA mandatory?
According to state law, Participation in the assessment program is mandatory for all school districts and all students attending public schools, including adult students seeking a standard high school diploma under s.