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2014

The NAPLAN test dates for 2014 are Tuesday 13 May, Wednesday 14 May and Thursday 15 May.

All schools must ensure that the week beginning 12 May 2014 is set aside for the national tests. Do not schedule other major school activities during this time.

Schools that have a gazetted holiday on any of the scheduled test days must apply to the QCAA for a variation by completing the Variance request form that will be available from the QCAA website early in 2014.

Future test dates

Year NAPLAN test period
2015 12–14 May
2016 10–12 May
2017 09–11 May
2018 15–17 May
2019 14–16 May
2020 12–14 May

Test timetable

Schools must schedule the tests on the dates agreed to by the Australian Education Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs Senior Officials Committee (AEEYSOC). Tests must not be conducted prior to the published date under any circumstances. The order of the tests cannot be varied.

2014 Test timetable
Monday
12 May
Tuesday
13 May
Official test date
Wednesday
14 May
Official test date
Thursday
15 May
Official test date
Friday
16 May
  1. Language conventions
Yr 3: 40 min
Yr 5: 40 min
Yr 7: 45 min
Yr 9: 45 min
3. Reading
Yr 3: 45 min
Yr 5: 50 min
Yr 7: 65 min
Yr 9: 65 min
4.1 Numeracy
Yr 3: 45 min
Yr 5: 50 min
Yr 7 (calculator):
40 min
Yr 9 (calculator):
40 min
Catch up tests permitted
20 minute break 20 minute break
2. Writing
Yr 3: 40 min
Yr 5: 40 min
Yr 7: 40 min
Yr 9: 40 min
4.2 Numeracy
Yr 7 (non-calc.):
40 min
Yr 9 (non-calc.):
40 min
  Catch up tests permitted Catch up tests permitted Catch up tests permitted Catch up tests permitted
Monday
19 May
Tuesday
20 May
Wednesday
21 May
Thursday
22 May
Friday
23 May
Test security to be maintained to ensure tests remain secure for schools granted approval to vary test dates.
Individual student catch-up tests not permitted.

 

 

Last reviewed: 1 July 2014

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