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LAS Links K–12 Placement Test First Edition takes 30 minutes or less and provides data you can use to determine initial placement of English Language Learners into appropriate instructional programs. The results of this cost-effective test are provided quickly so there is not time lost in placing students.

Subject Area and Grades

  • English Language Proficiency (Grades K–12)

Assessment Type

  • Placement

Delivery Format

  • Paper and pencil

Scoring Option

  • Hand scoring
 
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The LAS Links Placement Test allows teachers to quickly and accurately place English language learners in appropriate instructional programs. The LAS Links Placement Test is part of our comprehensive model for helping language learners at every stage of the learning process.

The LAS Links Continuum of Effective Measurement

 

Facilitate accurate initial placement of K–12 English Language Learners

The LAS Links K–12 Placement Test covers speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and results show three proficiency levels: Not Proficient, Approaching Proficiency, and Proficient. Administration of LAS Links English for students in the Approaching Proficiency range offers a clear diagnostic view of proficiency in English.

Quick and affordable

It takes 30 minutes or less and provides data you can use to accurately place English Language Learners into the appropriate programs. The results of this cost–effective test—about $2 per student—are provided quickly so there is no time lost in placing students.

Skill AreaEstimated TimeAdministration ModeItem Counts
Speaking5 Minutes — All GradesIndividual6
Listening10 Minutes — All GradesGroup or Individual6
Reading15 Minutes — All GradesGroup or Individual6
Writing10 Minutes — All GradesGroup or Individual7
Total40 Minutes 25
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