EPPP PRACTICE TEST A
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE STARTING ON TEST A!
INTERRUPTED ACCESS: If for any reason your access to this test is interrupted (e.g., loss of internet, incorrectly ending a test rather than saving it to continue later), click the first Useful link below: 'Access Interrupted' to immediately resume your testing.
GENERAL INFORMATION: Practice Test A consists of 200 items covering all EPPP content domains. Ideally, Test A should be taken for the first time prior to any EPPP study. Typical starting scores on Test A range from 90 – 110 out of 200. You will be able to take Practice Test A three times: Study Mode, Retake Mode, and Test Mode. You will be able to review your results as often as you like.
TAKING TEST A: It is strongly recommended the first time you take Practice Test A you complete the test in Study Mode (200 Questions). We encourage you to spread out taking Practice Test A over about a week. To take the test over multiple sittings, click ‘end quiz’ and then the ‘Save for Later’ button. We recommend you wait to take Practice Test A in Retake Mode for at least 3 weeks after completing, studying, and reviewing Practice Test A items in Study Mode. You should complete the test in Test Mode about 3 - 4 weeks after Retake Mode, and within about a month of your EPPP test date.
ACCESSING TEST RESULTS: All of your test results (test scores as well as test items, answers you selected, correct answers, detailed rationales) are stored and can be reviewed by either entering www.quia.com/web into your Internet browser, or by clicking the Useful link below: 'Review Tests.' Then click 'Student Zone,' enter your Username and Password. All the tests you have taken will be displayed. To review a test click the icon on the far left of the test name (the icon looks a bit like a barcode). If you have taken a test more than once, you will see a plus sign to the left of the test name. Click the plus sign first and then the barcode icon to access all results for a given test.
STUDY SCHEDULE/EXPECTED PROGRESS: The recommended study schedule and guidelines for expected progress can be accessed at the Useful links below: ‘Study Schedule’ and ‘Expected Progress.’