Testing Information

  • Statewide Assessment Testing Schedule 2023-24

    District Testing Schedule for 2023-2024

    Other Information:  

    NJDOE's Parent Portal for NJSLA results: PLEASE SIGN UP:  https://nj-results.pearsonaccessnext.com/login
    (Click on "Sign up" under "Don't have account") 

    District Testing Team
    Co-District Testing Coordinator: Dr. Gregory Matlosz - greg.matlosz@wmtps.org
    Co-District Testing Coordinator: Karen Johnson - karen.johnson@wmtps.org

    Secretary for Academics and Assessment:
    Kristy Smolinski - kristy.smolinski@wmtps.org

    Individual School Building Assessment Coordinators
    Apshawa - Mrs. Amy Mett - amy.mett@wmtps.org 
    Maple Road - Mrs. Jaime Kettner - jaime.kettner@wmtps.org
    Marshall Hill - Ms. Meghan Donegan - meghan.donegan@wmtps.org   
    Paradise Knoll - Mrs. Susan Bickford - susan.bickford@wmtps.org
    Upper Greenwood Lake - Mrs. Kimberly Walker - kimberly.walker@wmtps.org 
    Macopin - Oliver Pruksarnukul - oliver.pruksarnukul@wmtps.org
    WMHS - Karen Johnson - karen.johnson@wmtps.org 

    District Wide Testing

    Additional Testing Information

    ASVAB - (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) 

    Administered by the Armed Services to Juniors & Seniors who chose to take the test and want to explore careers. There is no obligation to join any of the services.

    Additional Information (including registration procedures) can be found under our Guidance tab.
    Standardized Tests For College Admission: SAT, PSAT, ACT, AP
    Students enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses are expected to participate in this course based assessment, i.e., AP History, AP Psychology, AP English, AP Biology, & AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP US Government, AP Studio Art, etc.  Test are used by some colleges & universities for offering college credits, depending on the score achieved.  Please use this link to register for an exam : (coming soon)

    College Entrance Exams - Required by most 4-year colleges

    PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test)  PSAT/NMSQT  

    The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a program cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). It's a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT®.  It is also used as an entrance exam for the NMSC scholarship programs.

    The PSAT for Grade 10/11 is given one time a year.   All students will be automatically registered and there will be no cost to the student or family for the test. For more information, select Guidance on the District Home Page, then follow the links to PSAT information. 

    Usually taken in spring of junior year and fall of senior year, this standardized test is used by most colleges in the admissions process. Registration is done on-line at http://www.collegeboard.com .  Registration materials are available in the Guidance Office.

    SAT Subject Tests
    Required by some colleges & used by most of these colleges for admissions and others for placement in courses, these tests are subject oriented, e.g., physics, biology, French, United States History. Registration information is the same as for the SAT.

    Similar to the SAT, most colleges now will accept either/or. Registration information is available in the Guidance Office. Some students do better on this test since it is more curriculum-based. Registration is done On-Line at http://www.actstudent.org/ .