## What score do you need to pass the Algebra 1 EOC?

497

Students taking the assessment for the first time after performance standards were set in January 2016 must pass the Algebra 1 EOC by earning the passing score of 497, adopted in State Board of Education rule in January 2016.

## Do you have to pass the Algebra 1 EOC?

The results of the NGSSS Algebra 1 EOC Assessment must constitute 30% of these students’ final course grade, but there is not a passing requirement for this cohort of students.

**What happens if I fail Algebra 1?**

If you only failed Algebra I then you just retake that class and the rest of the classes are 10 grade. You will just be behind in Math classes because you need 4 Maths to graduate.

**How many questions do you need to get right on the Algebra 1 EOC?**

How do I earn a Meets Grade Level score on STAAR Algebra 1? As noted earlier, there are sometimes variances of what it takes to earn a Meets Grade Level performance level. That being said, in the last few years, this has typically taken getting 33 or 34 questions correct.

### What happens if you fail the Algebra 1 EOC in 8th grade?

One test score does not make the entire class, but if you continue to fail more tests then you will eventually have to retake it.

### What is the highest Algebra 1 EOC score?

425 to 575

Test results for the FSA Algebra 1 and Geometry EOC assessments are reported using developmental scale scores which can range from 425 to 575. In addition to the scale scores, results are also reported in terms of Achievement Levels, which can range from Level 1 (low) to Level 5 (high).

**What happens if you fail the FSA 2021?**

What happens if you fail the FSA 2021? Students who fail to receive a score will earn an incomplete grade for the course until an EOC score is available. … Students who don’t participate will need equivalent scores on a state approved assessment or they will not graduate.

**What happens if I fail algebra 1?**

#### What happens if I fail algebra 1 EOC?

Your school must require that you pass 3 math courses to graduate. If so, plan accordingly. After failing a math course in 9th grade, or later, you may be able to retake it as a summer course. You could fail algebra 1 in 9th grade and pass 3 math courses in grades 10, 11, and 12.