# Math Benchmark Test

A math benchmark test is often given by teachers to measure the progress of their students and to assess whether or not learners are proficient on the objectives taught recently. The math benchmark tests are usually given after a cycle of three or six weeks. Some teachers prefer giving a pretest at the beginning of each cycle and a benchmark test at the end.

If you are looking for sample benchmark tests, please click on the following links to download sample tests, or to take online benchmark tests.

## 3-Week Math Benchmark Test

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This 3-week math benchmark test covers the following objectives:

1) Writing numbers in scientific notation.

2) Writing numbers in standard form.

## 6-Week Benchmark Test

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This 6-week math benchmark test covers the following objectives:

## 9-Week Benchmark Test

This 9-Week Benchmark Test covers the following objectives:

1) Solving one and two-step inequalities.
2) Solving word problems with inequalities.
3) Graphing inequalities.

## 12-Week Benchmark Test

This 12-Week Benchmark Test covers the following objectives:

1) Changing fractions to percents and percents to fractions.
2) Converting decimals to percents and vice-versa.
3) Solving percent word problems.
4) Solving equations with percents.