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What is a Renaissance Star test??

Renaissance Star is a suite of tests consisting of Renaissance Star Early Literacy®, Renaissance Star Reading®, Renaissance Star Math®, and Renaissance Star Spanish®. Renaissance Star tests are used to provide a comprehensive understanding and overview of a student's progress, achievement, and growth throughout the year. Although the Renaissance Star test was not designed for this purpose, some schools use Renaissance Star reading scores and Renaissance Star math scores as part of their GATE or Gifted and Talented criteria.

What types of Renaissance Star tests are there?

There are 3 Renaissance Star tests:early literacy,reading, ymathematics. As an adaptive test, the questions that appear on the tests depend on how well a child performs on the previous questions.

How are the Renaissance Star tests administered?

Renaissance Star tests are administered using computer adaptive tests that are administered online and intuitively. This means that the difficulty of the question will be adjusted based on what the student gets right and what they don't. If a student answers a question correctly, the test is scaled to ask a more difficult question next; If a student answers incorrectly, the difficulty of the next question decreases. Each student receives a personalized testing experience that can assess whether the student is at, above, or below class level in specific areas.

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Some quick facts about Renaissance Star testing

How long do the tests last?Each test takes approximately 20 minutes, although some students may need more time
How are the tests done?Assignments are completed on a single computer, Chromebook, iPad, or tablet at least 7 inches in size.
How are the questions structured?All questions are multiple choice with 3-4 possible answers per question
How are test results reported?Scores are calculated at the end of the test and reported to the student's teacher, and scores are assessed by class and grade level at the school or district level.

How is the Renaissance Star test used?

Star ratings help teachers assess each student's strengths and weaknesses and can allow them to develop personalized instruction based on their students' results. You can also identify areas that need improvement, revision, or enrichment for students, as well as monitor growth and performance against state standards and state tests. Star ratings can also be used to determine a student's proficiency level in reading and mathematics. A student's score on the Renaissance Star Reading and Renaissance Star Math tests helps determine if a child qualifies for acceptance into the Accelerated Reader™ and Accelerated Math™ programs. The Early Literacy Assessment helps educators monitor your child's growth and progress in becoming an independent reader. Renaissance Star's Spanish reading assessments help bilingual and bilingual students assess reading and possibly math.

How do you find the scores for Renaissance Star Reading and Renaissance Star Math?

Renaissance Star Reading and Renaissance Star Math scores are Scaled Scores (SS). Scoring is based on two factors: 1) the difficulty of the questions and 2) the number of correct answers the child gave. Because the test is an adaptive test, some students are given less difficult questions based on how they answered previous test questions. The SS for reading and math ranges from 0 to 1400, while the SS for early literacy ranges from 300 to 900. The SS addresses reading and math skills for each grade level. For example:

  • An SS reading of 0-500 corresponds to grades 1-5
  • An SS reading of 500-900 corresponds to grades 6-8

Scaled results are useful for comparing your child's performance over time and across grade levels.

Renaissance Star Reading Scores (Scaled Scores)

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Renaissance Star Math scores (scaled scores)

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What Renaissance Star test will my child take?

Renaissance Star tests are administered by students in grades kindergarten through 12. However, not all students take the same tests as tests are determined by grade level. The following table shows which tests are administered at which grade level.

Early Literacy Renaissance StarRenaissance Star ReadingRenaissance-Stern Mathematics
Kindergartenall studentSome students at the end of the students
1st classall studentAll students at the end of the year.Some students as needed
Use 2Some students as neededall studentall student
3er gradeSome students as neededall studentall student
class 4no studentsall studentall student
class 5no studentsall studentall student
6th gradeno studentsall studentall student
class 7no studentsall studentall student

Early Renaissance Literacy

The Renaissance Early Literacy test is designed for students in kindergarten through third grade. The test consists of 27 questions, 22 questions on early reading and 5 questions on arithmetic. The early literacy test can measure both early reading and early number skills. It is a universal screening assessment, as well as a way to monitor student progress and set goals and curriculum. Early literacy tests assess the following skills.


printing concepts


letters and words

word length

word limits

visual discrimination

Beginning and alphabetical order

print functions

phonological awareness

rhymes and word families

Mix, count and segment syllables

long and short vowels

Isolation of initial, final and middle phonemes.

Add/replace phonemes

phonics and word recognition

Spelling and sound correspondences: consonants and vowels

Regular and irregular spellings

common words

flex terminations

Attached files



purpose of reading

read with understanding

repair strategies

WCPM Read Rate


Vocabulary acquisition and use

word relationships

structural analysis


ambiguous words


Sample Renaissance Star Early Reading and Writing Questions:

I have ____ for dessert

A. Lunch B.spoon Cpastel

The answer ispossibility C, Pastel.

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The answer isoption 2,place 6.

Renaissance Star Reading Review

The Renaissance Star Reading Assessment is a K-12 assessment designed to comprehensively assess a child's reading ability. The test provides information about growth, high achievement, and areas in which students are struggling and is used for independent readers. The Renaissance Star Reading Test allows teachers to guide students toward reading proficiency by using test scores to identify areas of improvement and excellence. The test consists of 34 questions and takes approximately 20 minutes, although some students may need more time. The test assesses a child's reading comprehension through short comprehension questions and extended comprehension questions. Because the Renaissance Star reading test is an adaptive online assessment, the difficulty of the questions your child receives depends on how well he or she answers the questions above. The Renaissance Star reading test assesses the following skills:


Reading: Literature

Key ideas and details






conclusion and proof

craft and structure


Structure of the literary text

Word meaning


Author's choice of words and images.

Integration of knowledge and ideas.

forms of representation

analysis and comparison

Reading range and difficulty level of the text

Read: informational text

Key ideas and details


main idea and details

conclusion and proof


compare and contrast

cause and effect

connections and relationships


craft and structure

text functions

Purpose and perspective of the author.

Word meaning


Author's choice of words and images.


Integration of knowledge and ideas.

forms of representation


analysis and comparison

Reading range and difficulty level of the text


Vocabulary acquisition and use

word relationships

structural analysis

context hints

Word combinations and real life applications.

vocabulary in context


ambiguous words


word reference materials


Sample Renaissance Star Reading Practice Questions

A thermostat allows someone to control the temperature in a room. what does the root meanThermalto mean?

A. Permission B. Climate C. Heat

The answer ispossibility C, heat.

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Renaissance Star Mathematics Assessment

The Renaissance Star Math assessment is a test for students in grades 1-12. The Renaissance Star Math Assessment helps assess a student's knowledge of math concepts and helps them master and master math skills. The data allows teachers to identify areas where students are struggling, excelling, or improving throughout the year and based on state math standards, which may take longer. The test is adaptive, which means that the difficulty of what the student sees on the test depends on how many questions they answer correctly or incorrectly. Below are the skills assessed by the Renaissance Star Mathematics Assessment:


count and cardinality

Whole numbers: counting, comparing and ordering

Operations and algebraic reasoning

Whole numbers: addition and subtraction

Whole numbers: multiplication and division

algebraic thinking

Evaluate numeric expressions


Geometry: shapes and two-dimensional attributes

Geometry: three-dimensional shapes and attributes

congruence and similarity

Faction Concepts and Operations

coordinate geometry

perimeter, perimeter and area

surface and volume

Transformations of angles, segments and lines

The transformation

Right triangles and trigonometry

expression and equations

Evaluate numeric expressions

Evaluate and use variable expressions

Linear Equations and Inequalities

Forces, roots and radicals.

Quadratic and Nonlinear Equations and Inequalities

Systems of equations and inequalities

Numbers and Operations - Fractions

Faction Concepts and Operations

Operations and decimal concepts


relations and functions

Ratios and proportional relationships

Percentages, ratios and proportions

the number system

Integer numbers

coordinate geometry

Whole numbers: multiplication and division

Faction Concepts and Operations

Operations and decimal concepts

measurement and data




Geometry: shapes and two-dimensional attributes

Presentation and data analysis

Whole numbers: counting, comparing and ordering

Whole numbers: addition and subtraction

perimeter, perimeter and area

Angles, segments and lines

surface and volume

Number and operations in base ten

Whole numbers: place value

Whole numbers: counting, comparing and ordering

Whole numbers: addition and subtraction

Integers: multiplication and vision

Operations and decimal concepts

Forces, roots and radicals.

Statistic and probability

Presentation and data analysis

combinatorics and probabilities

Examples of practice questions to assess Renaissance Star Math:

What number is missing from the following equation? 1.23 - ? = 0.75

A. 0,48 B. 1,98 C. -0,43 D. 0,51

The answer isPossibility A, 0,48

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The answer ispossibility D, equilateral triangle

Renaissance Spanish Star

The Renaissance Star Spanish tests are Spanish versions of the Early Literacy, Reading, and Math Star assessments designed to assess Spanish-speaking, bilingual, and immersive learners. This series of tests is designed to measure the strengths, weaknesses, and growth of aspiring bilinguals and to provide a complete picture of what a student can achieve in English and Spanish using the Star assessments in English and the Star assessments in Spanish. The Spanish Star Tests are adaptive tests, which means that the difficulty of the questions students are asked depends on the answers they have given to previous questions. Below are the skills mentioned in reviews of the Spanish Renaissance star:


Early Literacy Renaissance Star

Basic abilities

printing concepts

phonological awareness

phonics and word recognition


Vocabulary acquisition and use

Renaissance Star ReadingInformation from text and literature

Key ideas and details

craft and structure

integration of knowledge and skills

Reading Range and Text Complexity


Vocabulary acquisition and use

Renaissance-Stern MathematicsGeneral math skills

count and cardinality

Operations and algebraic reasoning

Numbers and operations in base ten

measurement and data


Faction Concepts and Operations

Ratios and proportional relationships

the number system

Expressions and Equations

Statistic and probability


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Is Renaissance Star testing accurate? ›

Star Assessments provide reliable, valid data

Star Assessments are: Highly rated by the National Center for Intensive Intervention (NCII) Relied on by over 34,000 schools and districts across the US.

What is a good Renaissance score? ›

Beginning means 0–59 percent mastery. Developing means 60–79 percent mastery. Secure means 80–100 percent mastery.

How do I check my Renaissance star score? ›

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  2. Go to the Parents tab on the MBUSD website and select Aeries Portal.
  3. Use your email to and password when prompted, to sign in to Aeries.
  4. You should see your email in the upper right corner. ...
  5. Select Test Scores again.
  6. Scores for different assessments will appear. ...
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What does star stand for in Renaissance learning? ›

STAR, as an acronym, used to mean "Standardized Test for the Assessment of Reading". This meaning is no longer maintained, as the company has created STAR assessments for skills in domains other than reading.

What do Renaissance scores mean? ›

Renaissance Star Early Literacy scores represent how well a student understands concepts and possesses specific skills that are important in the development of reading ability. These scores represent a snapshot of achievement at a specific point in time.

What is the highest grade on a star test? ›

All the results of Star Reading tests across grade levels are converted to a common scale using an item- response theory model; these scaled scores range from 0 to 1400.

What does my child's star score mean? ›

For every STAR assessment, your child receives a scaled score (SS), which is based on the difficulty of the questions and the number of correct answers. Scaled scores are useful for comparing your child's performance over time and across grades. STAR Reading and STAR Math scaled scores range from 0–1400.

What is Renaissance Star 360? ›

Star 360 is comprised of Renaissance Star Reading, Renaissance Star Math, Renaissance Star Early Literacy, and Renaissance Star Custom. This system of assessments informs data-based decisions and supports instructional frameworks such as Response to Intervention (RtI) and Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS).

What does the star reading score mean? ›

STAR Reading scores represent how students performed on the test compared with the performance of a nationally representative sample of students, called the norms group. These scores present a snapshot of achievement at a specific point in time.

Do STAR test scores matter? ›

Putting STAR Results in Their Proper Context

Scores in the Basic range or below indicate that, without some sort of change in academic performance, a student will not be accepted to a 4-year college or will struggle in college courses.

How do you see what you got on a star test? ›

How do I look at the data after my students have tested? Go to either STAR Math or STAR Reading, click on the button. Click on Reports. Select the Report you'd like to see.

Does star test give a Lexile score? ›

All other scores shown on the STAR Diagnostic Report are derived from the student's Scaled Score. The Scaled Score is especially useful in determining student progress over time. The second score included on the report is a student's Lexile® Measure.

What makes you a star student? ›

Attendance-Come to school every day and be on time 2. Do not receive referrals or detentions 3. Complete your classwork and homework-and make sure your work is organized and neat.

What is a star scale? ›

Star classification is a type of rating scale utilizing a star glyph or similar typographical symbol. It is used by reviewers for ranking things such as films, TV shows, restaurants, and hotels. For example, a system of one to five stars is commonly used in hotel ratings, with five stars being the highest rating.

What are the grade levels in star math? ›

Star Math assesses math achievement of students in grades 1–12. Items assess four broad domains: Numbers and Operations; Algebra; Geometry and Measurement; and Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics.

What is class 5 Renaissance? ›

The Renaissance was a period in European history which led to a revival in classical learning and wisdom. The Renaissance had a profound impact on European cultural history as a new era of learning that led to advancements in new ideas and through them some of the most important moments in Human history.

Is the Renaissance test important? ›

The test is used to keep track of students reading and math skills throughout the year. In some cases, it is used to determine placement into Accelerated Math and Accelerated Reader programs.

Can you delete a star test on Renaissance? ›

Where would I find STAR Student Test deactivation? Although you cannot permanently delete a STAR Reading test from a student's test record, you can deactivate a test.

What is a passing star test score? ›

The scores mentioned in the red band is the failing scores in STAAR tests. The students need a minimum of 25% to 35% in order to pass the tests.

What happens if you fail a star test? ›

Most high school students who fail the STAAR test's five EOC exams (Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology, and U.S. History) will not receive a diploma, per the TEA. However, students are able to still graduate if they take alternate assessments, such as the SAT and ACT, in place of the STAAR EOC assessments.

What percentage of A level students get an A star? ›

The A* at A Level is awarded to candidates who achieve a grade A on the A Level overall (80%), and who also achieve at least 90% on the uniform mark scale (UMS) across their A2 units.

Are star tests accurate? ›

Star Reading is an example of a CAT-based assessment with considerable validity evidence to support its use for progress monitoring. However, additional validity evidence could be gathered to strengthen the use and interpretation of Star Reading data for progress monitoring.

What is the star percentile rank? ›

A percentile rank ranges from 1–99, and it indicates the percentage of a student's peers whose scores were equal to or lower than the student's score. For example, a student who has a percentile rank of 85 performed as well as or better than 85 percent of students in the same grade.

How are gifted tests scored? ›

Mildly gifted: 115 to 129. Moderately gifted: 130 to 144. Highly gifted: 145 to 159. Exceptionally gifted: 160 to 179.

How much does Star Renaissance cost? ›

Star 360 First-time purchase fees will be waived with the purchase of the recommended Professional Development plan that includes one custom on-site day priced at $2,900.00 and Implementation and Data Coaching priced at $850.00 per school.

How much does star 360 cost? ›

Subscriptions to STAR products cost $3.80 per student for each of math, reading and early literacy, and the smallest subscription size available is 100 students. The more comprehensive subscription, STAR 360, costs $11.45 per student.

Is the Renaissance STAR test timed? ›

Make sure you're ready to complete the whole test before doing this as the test is timed. It has 34 questions and may take up to 40 minutes to complete depending on your reading level and how carefully you test. If you are new to STAR, you will be first given a practice test.

Is the STAR reading test important? ›

The STAR Reading assessment is used to help understand a student's strengths and needs in reading. It helps our school monitor students on their path to College and Career Readiness and determine who may need additional support and instruction to access grade level curriculum.

What is the Renaissance Star reading score for 4th grade? ›

What is the expected STAR Reading score for the 3rd and 4th grade? The minimum STAR Reading Scale score at the beginning of the school year for 3rd and 4th grades is 219 and 299, respectively. If a child scores above these numbers, they have appropriate reading skills for their age.

What are the star reading categories? ›

The STAR Reading Assessment

Reading domains include analyzing literary text, word skills and knowledge, analyzing argument and evaluating text, comprehension strategies and constructing meaning, and understanding author's craft.

How can I pass any STAR test? ›

Student Strategies for Passing the Math STAAR BEFORE the Test
  1. Eliminate any distractions for a certain period of time. ...
  2. Take notes in class. ...
  3. Ask questions in class or after class to understand the parts you don't know. ...
  4. Study with a friend or a group so you can test each other.
  5. Make flash cards so you can quiz yourself.

What is the highest Lexile score? ›

The Lexile level will always be shown as a number with an “L” after it — for example 770L = 770 Lexile. The higher the Lexile measure, the higher the student's reading level. The reader's Lexile Framework works in intervals of five with 5L being the lowest. The highest possible measure is 2000L.

What Lexile level should a 9th grader be at? ›

According to national studies, the typical 9th grader should score on Lexile between 855L and 1165L over the course of the year. Of course, around 25 percent of students will perform below the expected average, while 25 percent will generally perform at a higher level.

What are the Lexile levels by grade? ›

The Lexile® Framework for Reading is an educational tool that links text complexity and readers' ability on a common metric known as the Lexile scale.
Lexiles Measures & State Content Standards.
GradeCollege & Career Ready “Stretch” Lexile Bands
1190L to 530L
2420L to 650L
3520L to 820L
4740L to 940L
7 more rows

How many students get a star? ›

On that measure, results overall are higher than pre-pandemic levels, with the proportion of As and A*s up from 25.4% in 2019 to 36.4%, and in the three years since exams were last sat the share of A*s has gone up by almost seven percentage points, from 7.7% to 14.6%.

What is a gold star student? ›

Students in grades preschool through 12th grade who have excelled or shown significant improvement in areas such as citizenship, attendance, leadership, academics, athletics, or community service are selected for an award.

How do you become a top 10 student? ›

10 Habits of Successful Students
  1. Get Organized. Making a plan for what you're going to do and when you're going to do it will make sure you're always ahead of the curve - literally.
  2. Don't multitask. ...
  3. Divide it up. ...
  4. Sleep. ...
  5. Set a schedule. ...
  6. Take notes. ...
  7. Study. ...
  8. Manage your study space.

What does a 5 star rating mean? ›

The 5-star rating system allows respondents to rank their feedback on a 5-point scale from 1 to 5. The more stars that are selected, the more positively your customer is responding to your question.

Is 4 out of 5 stars good? ›

What is good average five star rating? The best rating is around 4.2 - 4.5. Research showed these ratings are the most influential and most trusted. The rating of 5 raises doubts in customers' minds, who think it is "too good to be true".

What is a 5 star rating scale? ›

The Five-Star Quality Rating System is a tool to help consumers select and compare skilled nursing care centers. Created by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2008, the rating system uses information from Health Care Surveys (both standard and complaint), Quality Measures, and Staffing.

How many people get an A * in maths? ›

For A level Mathematics, in 2022, 48.0% of male entrants and 48.5% of female entrants achieved grades A*-A, compared to 53.5% and 57.8% respectively in 2021.

What is a good star math score for 3rd grade? ›

What is the expected STAR Math score for 3rd and 4th graders? Third graders are expected to score at least 501 points on their test at the beginning of a school year and a minimum of 534 points at the end of it.

What does the * mean in grades? ›

The asterisk next to a student's course grade means that there are items in the gradebook, that are included in the course grade, where grades have not yet been entered.

Is Star reading evidence based? ›

Star Reading is an example of a CAT-based assessment with considerable validity evidence to support its use for progress monitoring. However, additional validity evidence could be gathered to strengthen the use and interpretation of Star Reading data for progress monitoring.

What grade do you have to get to fail the STAR test? ›

The scores mentioned in the red band is the failing scores in STAAR tests. The students need a minimum of 25% to 35% in order to pass the tests. Every year the students receive a report card that states how well or how poorly they did in their tests.

Is Renaissance star norm-referenced? ›

STAR Reading—used for screening and progress-monitoring assessment— is a reliable, valid, and efficient, computer-adaptive assessment of general reading achievement and comprehension for grades 1–12. STAR Reading provides nationally norm-referenced reading scores and criterion-referenced scores.

Do colleges look at star reading scores? ›

Putting STAR Results in Their Proper Context

Scores in the Advanced and Proficient ranges serve as an early indication that a student is on track to attend a 4-year university.

How do you beat star reading? ›

8 Awesome STAAR Reading Test Strategies
  1. Strategy #1: Important vocabulary words to know.
  2. Strategy #2: Don't forget the title is important too.
  3. Strategy #3: Number the paragraphs.
  4. Strategy #4: Read the questions first.
  5. Strategy #5: Now comes the passage.
  6. Strategy #6: Back to those questions (and answer choices).
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Does star reading matter? ›

Useful Reports

Star Reading is designed to provide teachers with useful information that will drive their instructional practices. It provides teachers with several useful reports designed to assist in targeting which students need intervention and what areas they need assistance in.

What does my star reading score mean? ›

An SGP compares a student's growth to that of his or her academic peers nationwide. SGPs range from 1–99 and interpretation is similar to that of Percentile Rank scores; lower numbers indicate lower relative growth and higher numbers show higher relative growth.

What happens if a student fails STAR testing? ›

If a student fails the Reading and/or Math STAAR Tests, s/he given two additional opportunities to pass and be promoted to the next year's grade. Districts may decide to give students an alternative assessment on the third try. Students cannot be promoted to the next grade without passing the alternative assessment.

What happens if your child doesn't pass the STAAR test? ›

The first time a student fails the STAAR in grade 5 or 8, he/she must be provided at least two opportunities to retest. On the third try, the district may administer an alternative assessment approved by the commissioner, and the student may be promoted if he/she performs at grade level on the alternative assessment.

Can I still graduate if I fail the STAAR test? ›

What STAAR tests are required for high school graduation? In general, students must pass (Approaches Grade Level) five STAAR EOC assessments— Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology, and U.S. History—to earn a high school diploma from a Texas public or charter school as required in TEC §39.025.

Can a student retake the STAR test? ›

Yes, you can test your students as often as you'd like. You can also ask students to retest if you feel they didn't do their best.


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