Below you will find information that is needed for successful implementation of the ANet Interim assessments.

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What does an ANet test look like?

ANet provides a sample/practice set of questions for students and others to see what it looks like and how it works. This is not the actual test, but it will provide a good sense of what types of questions will be there. There are options available to see the following:


ANet also provides a document with these links. It is found here and includes other content areas.

Below is a short (2:18) video explaining how to get to the ANet sample test.

ANet Toolkit:

The ANet Toolkit for staff and schools can be found here on the ANet Toolkit page.

How to login to ANet for Students:

UPDATE: students should be able to login using ClassLink.

Video with English subtitles.

A short video (1:24) describing how to login to ANet. This has English subtitles.

Vídeo con subtítulos en español.

Introduction to ANet:
Introduction to ANet ELA

A short video (4:56) overview of the ANet English Language Arts assessment is here.

ANet Reading Professional Development:

Staff can get more specific information, including a recording of the Professional Development for coordinators, by going to the ANet PD page.

ANet Problem Solving:

Information regarding some common issues and their possible solution.

ANet Problem Solving and Issue Resolution .

Frequently Asked Questions:
ANet Accommodations and Supports:

For students with IEPs:

ANet Accommodations

Accommodations for ANet, listed here (pdf).

For English Learners:

Brief description of FastBridge

Accommodations and Exemptions for EL students in ANet, found in this document (pdf).

Family Letters:

Letters for families regarding ANet virtual testing:

Family letter regarding testing at home
  • For families; what is ANet and why are students taking it?: English, Spanish, Hmong (PDF)

  • For families; ANet computer-based testing at home: English, Spanish, Hmong (PDF)