VCLA Practice Test 2023 with Study Guide (Official): Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment VCLA test prep. Check our latest VCLA Practice Test review questions and answers for free. You can also download the VCLA Practice Test in PDF.
The Virginia Department of Education has contracted with the Evaluation Systems group of Pearson to create and administer the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment® (VCLA™), which measures the communication and literacy skills necessary for Virginia educators
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The following VCLA Practice Test with Study Guide is designed to help you prepare for and become familiar with the structure and content of the subtests in order to contribute to your effective preparation for a successful test-taking experience. The writing practice tests feature sample responses to the short-answer items, the Writing Summary assignment, and the Writing Composition assignment.
VCLA Exam Format 2023
The VCLA comprises two areas reading and writing. Each area will be assessed by a separate subtest a reading subtest and a writing subtest. The reading subtest contains multiple-choice items. The writing subtest contains multiple-choice items, short-answer items, and two writing assignments a written summary and a written composition.
The VCLA reading subtest consists of approximately 40 multiple-choice items. The VCLA writing subtest consists of approximately 40 multiple-choice items, 3 short-answer items, and 2 writing assignments, including a written summary assignment and a written composition assignment
|Test Mode||Computer-based test (CBT) and online-proctored test|
|Total Time Limit||CBT: 4 hours and 15 minutes
Online Proctoring: Reading subtest only: 2 hours Writing subtest only: 3 hours
|Passing Score||Single subtest: 235 Both subtests: 470|
|Fees||Single subtest: $40
Both subtests: $80
Registration processing fee: $50
|Total Items||Reading 40 MCQs, Writing 40 MCQs, Short-answer: 3, Writing assignments: 2|
|VCLA Web site||www.va.nesinc.com|
VCLA Official Practice Test
Links to practice tests for the VCLA reading and writing subtests, in PDF format, are provided below. These practice tests are designed to help you prepare for and become familiar with the structure and content of the subtests in order to contribute to your effective preparation for a successful test-taking experience.
To take the practice test, follow these steps:
- Read each multiple-choice question carefully and choose the ONE best answer out of the four answer choices provided.
- Record your answer to each question on the Multiple-Choice Answer Sheet provided.
- Follow the instructions in “Evaluating Your Performance” to score your test and evaluate and interpret your results.
The Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment® (VCLA™) is composed of two subtests—a reading subtest and a writing subtest. The following PDF document provides a full-length sample VCLA reading and writing subtest consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions in each set.
- Reading Practice Test Version 1
- Reading Practice Test Version 2
- Writing Practice Test Version 1
- Writing Practice Test Version 2
An Answer Key provides the correct response for each multiple-choice question and a column for tracking your results.
VCLA Official Study Guide
This section of the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment (VCLA) Study Guide provides sample multiple-choice test items and other information to assist you in preparing to take the VCLA Reading Subtest: Reading Comprehension and Analysis
- Section 1: About the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment
- Section 2 : Preparing for the Test
- Section 3: Test Question Formats for the Reading and Writing Subtests
- Section 4: The Test Blueprint
- Section 5: Sample Test Questions: Reading Subtest
- Section 6: Sample Test Questions: Writing Subtest
- Section 7 : Preparation Resources
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