multilevel assessment
This is a math "pretest" designed to be similar to a Math GED Ready. This is an overall review to assess a student's mathematical reasoning skills.

Algebra
 Level A https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkinglevela/
 Level B https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkinglevelb/
 Level C https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkinglevelc/
 Level D https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkingleveld/
 Level E https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkinglevele/

Geometry
 Level A https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/geometrylevela/
 Level B https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/geometrylevelb/
 Level C https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/geometrylevelc/
 Level D https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/geometryleveld/
 Level E https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/geometrylevele/

Measurement and Data
 Level A https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/measurementanddatalevela/
 Level B https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/measurementanddatalevelb/
 Level C https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/measurementanddatalevelc/
 Level D https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/measurementanddataleveld/
 Level E https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/measurementanddatalevele/

Number Sense
 Level A https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/numbersenselevela/
 Level B https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/numbersenselevelb/
 Level C https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/numbersenselevelc/
 Level D https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/numbersenseleveld/
 Level E https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/numbersenselevele/
Number Sense Level B
 Mastery of Level A
 Understanding Place Value
Students will be able to: Recognize “100” as a grouping of ten tens (recognize that the numbers 100, 200, 300, etc., up through 900, refer to one, two, three, etc. hundreds)
 Count within 1000; skipcount by 5s, 10s, 100s
 Compare two and threedigit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits using >,<, and = symbols
 Using Place Value to Understand Properties of Operations when Performing Addition and Subtraction
Students will be able to: Add up to four twodigit numbers using place value and properties of operations.
 Add and subtract within 1000
 Mentally add and subtract 10 or 100 to a given number 100900
 Understanding Division
Students will be able to: Demonstrate understanding of division as inverse of multiplication using singledigit divisors
 Using Place Value to Understand Properties of Operations when Performing Multidigit Arithmetic
Students will be able to: Round whole numbers to nearest 10 or 100
 Multiply onedigit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 1090
 Basic Understanding of Fractions as Numbers
Students will be able to: Understand a fraction’s denominator as being the number of equal divisions of a whole
 Understand a fraction as a part over a whole
 Understand fractions as being nonwhole numbers
 Represent a fraction on a number line
 Explain the equivalence of fractions with different denominators
 Simplify fractions
 Express whole numbers as fractions
 Understand that fractions indicate division (for example, 6/2 = 6 divided by 2 = 3)
 Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator and understand the difference