The NWEA™ Secure Testing app provides students the ability to complete our K–12 assessments on an iPad®. The app supports MAP® Growth™, MAP Growth K-2 and NWEA state summative assessments.
This app requires iOS 9.3.2 or later and is not compatible with the first-generation iPad. In addition, the app is required for MAP Growth K–2 and is not a standalone app for parents to use with children at home. The app must be in Automatic Assessment Configuration (AAC) mode
- Updated to allow for version detection by the NWEA™ Test Player's Workstation Readiness Check. Allowing NWEA to better detect that your testing experience is as secure as possible.
Ratings and Reviews
Occasionally not responsive
Out of a class of 23 second graders, 2 students encountered different questions in the reading test that would not allow them to move the answer to the answer space. Reseting the question did not fix the problem. The only way for the students to finish were to log them out and restart the test for them. If the teacher administering the test was given the option of skipping these problems, it would make this app more user friendly.
For those who are new to the Internet and do not like people saying “mean” or “ untrue” things about this app, WELCOME TO THE INTERNET. The Internet does not care about your feelings, you, or anything for that matter. What you are angry over is TROLLS which you are encouraging by responding to. And in the end why does it matter if someone says that NWEA map testing gives you cancer, YOU know it’s not true, THEY know it’s not true, it’s simply not true. However making a big deal over it or even responding will just encourage them. Also, i live in a box have Cancer, aids, depression, and have no friends... I blame this app ;)
Awful and not protective
I was just starting a test right now, and for my iPad’s Protection I decided to turn off auto lock, for safety reasons, and after I did, it crashed and my name wasn’t there when I rebooted it. It was awful, and now I can’t take the test, and this happened a few minutes ago BTW. I don’t like it, and plus, how do tests measure your skill? I’m good at social studies, but I get a 60? It doesn’t prove anything. I wouldn’t recommend this, but sadly you have to do so, because school and stuff.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.