North Carolina End of Grade Tests

The North Carolina End of Grade Tests are the standardized tests given to students in North Carolina grades 3-8. Beyond grade 8, there are End of Course Tests for students in grades 9 to 12.

North Carolina EOG Tests report out Lexile measures for students in grades 3-8. A Lexile measure can be used to match readers with targeted text and monitor growth in reading ability.

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