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                  Computer-Based Testing (CBT)

                  The New York State Education Department?continues to transition to computer-based testing (CBT) as part of its commitment to both meeting the needs of 21st century learners and improving test delivery, test integrity, scoring validity, and turn-around time on testing results.?

                  Beginning with 2016, New York State started administering some statewide assessments on computer. ?For specific information on Grades 3 – 8 English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics computer-based tests, stand-alone field tests on computer, or for the ELA and Mathematics computer-based sections of the NYSAA, please select the corresponding page on the left navigation bar.

                  CBT Support

                  For information on, or help with implementing Computer-Based Testing, please visit CBTSupport.nysed.gov or email CBTSupport@nysed.gov.

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