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Oklahoma School Testing Program Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests ACE Geometry Test Blueprint School Year 20122013 The Test Blueprint reflects the degree to which each Oklahoma C3 standard and objective is represented on the test. The overall distribution of operational items in a test form is intended to look as follows: Standards and Objectives Ideal Number of Items Ideal Percentage of Test Logical Reasoning (1.0) 6 11% 1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning 4 1.2 Conditional Statements 2 Properties of 2Dimensional Figures (2.0) 20 36% 2.2 Line and Angle Relationships 4 2.3 Polygons and Other Plane Figures 4 2.4 Similarity 4 2.5 Congruence 4 2.6 Circles 4 Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios (3.0) 12 22% 3.1 Pythagorean Theorem 4 3.2 Right Triangle Relationships 4 3.3 Trigonometric Functions 4 Properties of 3Dimensional Figures (4.0) 10 18% 4.1 Polyhedra and Other Solids 6 4.2 Similarity 2 4.3 Models and Perspective 2 Coordinate Geometry (5.0) 7 13% 5.1 Properties of Points, Segments, and Lines 4 5.2 Properties of Figures 3 Total Test 55 100% A minimum of four items is required to report results for an objective, and six items are required to report for a standard. Percents are approximations and may result in a sum other than 100 due to rounding. The Oklahoma C3 Geometry standards correspond to the PASS Geometry standards. In 20142015 the Common Core State Standards will be assessed.
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Okla State Agency 
Education, Oklahoma State Department of 
Okla Agency Code 
'265' 
Title  Oklahoma School Testing Program Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests ACE Geometry test blueprint, 2012/13 
Alternative title  OCCT blueprint 
Authors  Oklahoma. State Department of Education. 
Publication Date  2012 
Publication type 
Planning Document 
Purpose  The Test Blueprint reflects the degree to which each Oklahoma C3 standard and objective is represented on the test. The overall distribution of operational items in a test form is intended to look as follows 
OkDocs Class#  E1935.5 C797c 2012/13 EOI Geometry 
For all parts click  E1935.5 C797c 2012/13 
For all issues click  E1935.5 C797c 
Digital Format  PDF, Adobe Reader required 
ODL electronic copy  Downloaded from agency website: http://ok.gov/sde/sites/ok.gov.sde/files/OCCTBlueprint_Geom_12_13.pdf 
Rights and Permissions  This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. copyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders. 
Language  English 
Date created  20120809 
Date modified  20120809 
OCLC number  890219787 
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Title  OCCTBlueprint_Geom_12_13 1 
Full text  Oklahoma School Testing Program Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests ACE Geometry Test Blueprint School Year 20122013 The Test Blueprint reflects the degree to which each Oklahoma C3 standard and objective is represented on the test. The overall distribution of operational items in a test form is intended to look as follows: Standards and Objectives Ideal Number of Items Ideal Percentage of Test Logical Reasoning (1.0) 6 11% 1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning 4 1.2 Conditional Statements 2 Properties of 2Dimensional Figures (2.0) 20 36% 2.2 Line and Angle Relationships 4 2.3 Polygons and Other Plane Figures 4 2.4 Similarity 4 2.5 Congruence 4 2.6 Circles 4 Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios (3.0) 12 22% 3.1 Pythagorean Theorem 4 3.2 Right Triangle Relationships 4 3.3 Trigonometric Functions 4 Properties of 3Dimensional Figures (4.0) 10 18% 4.1 Polyhedra and Other Solids 6 4.2 Similarity 2 4.3 Models and Perspective 2 Coordinate Geometry (5.0) 7 13% 5.1 Properties of Points, Segments, and Lines 4 5.2 Properties of Figures 3 Total Test 55 100% A minimum of four items is required to report results for an objective, and six items are required to report for a standard. Percents are approximations and may result in a sum other than 100 due to rounding. The Oklahoma C3 Geometry standards correspond to the PASS Geometry standards. In 20142015 the Common Core State Standards will be assessed. 
Date created  20120809 
Date modified  20120809 