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PACT (State Administration)
All public school students in grade 10 will participate in PACT. This is considered a state test. There is no test fee or need to register online. South Meck has ordered test materials for the 10th graders.

The 10th graders at South Meck will be taking the PACT on October 10, 2016. Students need to bring several #2 sharpened pencils. Students also have the option to bring a 4-function, graphing, or scientific calculator. But, all the math problems on the PACT can be solved without a calculator. Prohibited calculators include the TI-89 and TI-92. Students are not allowed to have their cell phones or any other form of electronic communication on their person. If you have questions or concerns, please contact our Testing Coordinator, Elaine Miller.

The PACT program has been designed to be administered within a half day during school‐supervised sessions. It takes about 3 hours and 15 minutes to complete the entire program: approximately 60–70 minutes for the non‐test sections and 2 hours and 10 minutes for the four tests of educational development.

Because this is considered a State Administration, students with IEP's or 504 plans will follow their state allowed accommodations. If you have any questions regarding testing accommodations, please contact Elaine Miller at 980-343-3600.

Calculators** - Students are allowed to use calculators on the test. However, calculators are not required - all problems can be solved without a calculator.

Test results will be returned in late December or early January.