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MCAP Testing Set to Take Place Next Week

The Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP) is set to take place at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School during the week of May 6th to May 10th.
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Schedule for the week of May 6th to May 10th

The Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP) is set to take place at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School during the week of May 6th to May 10th.

During the testing week, all freshmen and sophomores will be required to participate in MCAP assessments from 7:45 to 11:45 each day. The MCAP is structured to cover various subjects. Here is a look at the schedule for Monday through Thursday: 

Monday: Government testing

Tuesday: Literature testing

Wednesday: English testing

Thursday: Science (MISA) testing

Mr. Lopilato, a teacher at B-CC shared his thoughts on the upcoming MCAP testing, stating, “I believe MCAP is a good opportunity for the county to evaluate the progression of our students.”

MCAP testing serves as a comprehensive evaluation of student abilities. By providing fast pace test results, MCAP has enabled Maryland schools to strengthen instruction and enhance student performance. The goal remains to provide graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in the workforce and pursue higher education opportunities.

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Ethan Whitten
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Ethan Whitten, a B-CC Senior, Is new to the Tattler this year. Ethan is excited to contribute and write engaging stories for Tattler readers. Ethan is a big sports fan and enjoys spending time with friends.

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