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Course SummaryThe Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) - Grade 7 measures the academic skills and performance of 7th grade British Columbia students. This course uses brief but informative lessons and short quizzes to help students quickly and easily prepare for the exam.
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About This Course
With the help of this course, students can become better prepared to take the Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) - Grade 7 exam. The lessons cover the reading comprehension, writing, and numeracy topics that students could see on the exam. By completing the course, students can improve their understanding of the following topics:
- Elements of a story and the meaning of passages
- Analysis of literature and informational text
- Strategies for writing essays
- Operations with numbers and patterns in algebra
- Shapes, statistics, and probability
About the Exam
British Columbia students in grade 7 are required to take the Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA). The FSA compiles information about student performance that can assist educators with making decisions about curriculum and academic policies. The three main components of the test are reading, writing, and numeracy/problem-solving. There is a multiple-choice portion of the test that is completed on a computer and a written portion that is completed on paper.
Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) Grade 7 Preparation and Registration
This course helps students quickly and easily prepare for the Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) Grade 7 test. The topics covered in the lessons can help students grasp the concepts covered by the FSA, such as text analysis, essay writing, numerical operations, algebra, probability, and more. The printable quizzes can be used as a convenient offline study tool. All chapters also provide a more comprehensive practice exam. Students can also gauge their readiness for the full exam with the final course exam.
Since the assessment is administered by the student's school, registration is not required. The assessment takes about four and a half hours to complete, which is usually spread over two or three days.
Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) is a registered trademark of the Province of British Columbia, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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