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Numeracy Skills Assessments

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Focus: understanding, use, and application of math content and problem solving.

Statistic calculating

These assessments aim to identify previous knowledge and experience in different areas of numeracy skills.  The assessments will help determine skills you are strong in and which skills you could benefit from working on.


See assessments currently available below:

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Digits and Numbers


  • Digits (meaning: symbols used to represent numbers)

  • Numbers (meaning: mathematical symbols used to count, measure, or label quantities)

  • Writing numbers in words and words in numbers

  • Counting whole numbers (0 to 100+)

  • Place value (meaning: the value assigned to a digit based on its position within a number, which determines its significance or worth)

  • Counting in multiples (meaning: equal-sized jumps or repeated groups of numbers)

  • Even numbers (meaning: numbers that can be divided into two equal groups) 

  • Odd numbers (meaning: numbers that cannot be evenly divided into two groups)  

  • Comparing whole numbers (meaning: examining numbers to determine which one is greater, smaller, or if they are equal in value)

  • Arranging whole numbers (meaning: placing numbers in a specific order)

  • Rounding whole numbers (meaning: identifying number to the nearest value that it is easier to work with than the exact number)

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Addition and Subtraction


  • Adding one-digit numbers 

  • Adding two-digit numbers

  • Estimating sums (meaning: making a rough guess)

  • Adding multi-digit numbers

  • Subtracting one-digit numbers

  • Subtracting two-digit numbers without borrowing (meaning: not needing to exchange or regroup)

  • Subtracting numbers with borrowing (meaning: when the number being subtracted is larger than the number it is taken from, borrowing from the next higher place value)

  • Estimating and subtracting multi-digit numbers

  • Solving addition and subtraction word problems

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Multiplication and Division


  • Identifying the parts of a multiplication problem 

  • Using the multiplication table up to the number nine

  • Rearranging the order of numbers being multiplied

  • Grouping numbers differently when multiplying

  • Multiplying single digit numbers 

  • Multiplying larger numbers by a single-digit number 

  • Multiplying larger numbers by a two-digit number

  • Identifying parts of a division problem

  • Writing division in three different ways

  • Dividing with a single-digit number

  • Dividing with a two-digit number

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  • Using fractions in everyday math

  • Solving fraction-related problems

  • Adding and subtracting all types of fractions

  • Multiplying and dividing all types of fractions

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  • Reading decimal numbers as digits or in written form

  • Writing decimal numbers as digits or in written form

  • Adding decimal numbers with carries (meaning: lining up the decimal points and carrying over any excess value from one place to the next higher place value, when the sum in a particular place exceeds 9)

  • Adding decimal numbers without carries 

  • Subtracting decimal numbers with borrowing (meaning: lining up the decimal points and borrowing from the next higher place value, when the number being subtracted is larger)

  • Subtracting decimal numbers without borrowing

  • Multiplying decimal numbers

  • Dividing decimal numbers

  • Turning fractions into decimals

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