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The 2-credit standard marketing program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for typical senior students, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Standard Marketing Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for a 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on marketing. This particular Marketing Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core and Marketing Cluster Core at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, and Specialist curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications
Weight of exam by instructional area

BL Business Law 1%
CO Communications 3%
CM Channel Management 5%
CR Customer Relations 8%
EC Economics 13%
FI Financial Analysis 2%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
IM Marketing-Information Management 5%
NF Information Management 2%
MK Marketing 5%
MP Market Planning 3%
OP Operations 9%
PD Professional Development 16%
PI Pricing 3%
PM Product/Service Management 5%
PR Promotion 6%
SE Selling 12%
SM Strategic Management 1%


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Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 2-credit standard entrepreneurship program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for typical senior students, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Standard Entrepreneurship Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for a 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on entrepreneurship. This particular Entrepreneurship Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core; Marketing Cluster Core; and Marketing Communications, Marketing Management, and Corporate Finance Pathways at the Career-Sustaining, Specialist, Manager, and Owner curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications 
Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 2%
CM Channel Management 3%
EC Economics 20%
EN Entrepreneurship 11%
FI Financial Analysis 9%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 2%
MK Marketing 1%
MP Market Planning 13%
OP Operations 3%
PD Professional Development 3%
PI Pricing 5%
PM Product/Service Management 14%
PR Promotion 4%
SM Strategic Management 9%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested
 

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form.

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations).  Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 4-credit standard business management and administration program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for typical senior students, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 4-Credit Standard Business Management and Administration Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for a 4-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on business management. This particular BMA Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, BMA Cluster Core, and multiple BMA pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications
Weight of exam by instructional area
 

BL Business Law 1%
CO Communications 8%
CR Customer Relations 4%
EC Economics 9%
EI Emotional Intelligence 10%
FI Financial Analysis 29%
HR Human-Resources Management 1%
KM Knowledge Management 1%
NF Information Management 8%
MK Marketing 1%
OP Operations 9%
PD Professional Development 14%
QM Quality Management 1%
SE Selling 1%
SM Strategic Management 3%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested
 

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 4-credit standard finance program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for typical senior students, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 4-Credit Standard Finance Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for a 4-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on finance. This particular Finance Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Finance Cluster Core, and multiple Finance pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, and Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications
Weight of exam by instructional area
 

BL Business Law 1%
CC Compliance 1%
CO Communications 3%
CR Customer Relations 5%
EC Economics 14%
EI Emotional Intelligence 9%
FI Financial Analysis 34%
FM Financial Information Management 1%
HR Human-Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 8%
OP Operations 5%
PD Professional Development 13%
SE Selling 4%
SM Strategic Management 1%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested
 

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 2-credit honors-ready marketing program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Honors-Ready Marketing Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on marketing. This particular Marketing Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Marketing Cluster Core, and Selling Pathway at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications
Weight of exam by instructional area

BL Business Law 1%
CM Channel Management 4%
EC Economics 18%
FI Financial Analysis 1%
HR Human Resources 1%
IM Marketing-Information Management 7%
NF Information Management 1%
MK Marketing 3%
MP Market Planning 9%
OP Operations 2%
PD Professional Development 8%
PI Pricing 2%
PM Product/Service Management 11%
PR Promotion 10%
SE Selling 21%
SM Strategic Management 1%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested
 

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 2-credit honors-ready entrepreneurship program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 2-Credit Honors-Ready Entrepreneurship Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 2-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on entrepreneurship. This particular Entrepreneurship Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core; Marketing Cluster Core; Business Management and Administration Cluster Core; and Marketing Communications, Marketing Management, and Corporate Finance Pathways at the Career-Sustaining, Specialist, Manager, and Owner curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 3%
CM Channel Management 2%
EC Economics 19%
EN Entrepreneurship 12%
FI Financial Analysis 12%
HR Human Resources 1%
IM Marketing-Information Management 2%
NF Information Management 2%
MK Marketing 1%
MP Market Planning 8%
OP Operations 7%
PD Professional Development 1%
PI Pricing 4%
PM Product/Service Management 12%
PR Promotion 6%
SE Selling 2%
SM Strategic Management 6%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested
 

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form.

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs
 

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations).  Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 4-credit honors-ready business management and administration (BMA) program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBAResearch 4-Credit Honors-Ready Business Management and Administration Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 4-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on business management and administration. This particular BMA Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, BMA Cluster Core, and multiple BMA pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, Supervisor, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 1%
CO Communications 1%
CR Customer Relations 3%
EC Economics 9%
EI Emotional Intelligence 12%
FI Financial Analysis 28%
HR Human Resources 2%
KM Knowledge Management 1%
NF Information Management 3%
MK Marketing 1%
OP Operations 10%
PD Professional Development 10%
PJ Project Management 1%
QM Quality Management 1%
RM Risk Management 1%
SE Selling 1%
SM Strategic Management 5%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

The 4-credit honors-ready finance program-of-study (end-of-program) exam is geared for senior students of advanced ability, identified in many states as program completers. The exam is based on the MBA Research 4-Credit Honors-Ready Finance Program of Study Model, which includes courses recommended for an honors-level 4-credit/Carnegie unit high-school Business Administration program focused on finance. This particular Finance Program of Study addresses select standards and performance indicators from the Business Administration Core, Finance Cluster Core, and multiple Finance pathways at the Prerequisite, Career-Sustaining, Specialist, and Manager curriculum planning levels. Pretest available July 1 – November 30.

Test Specifications

Weight of exam by instructional area

 

BL Business Law 3%
CC Compliance 1%
CO Communications 9%
CR Customer Relations 5%
EC Economics 9%
EI Emotional Intelligence 11%
FI Financial Analysis 35%
FM Financial Information Management 3%
HR Human Resources Management 1%
NF Information Management 2%
MK Marketing 1%
OP Operations 3%
PD Professional Development 12%
RM Risk Management 1%
SE Selling 3%
SM Strategic Management 1%


Click Here for Performance Indicators Tested

Online Testing Process
All exams must be proctored by an independent proctor registered with MBAResearch.
Click here for Proctor Specifications and Proctor Registration Form

Prior to taking the exam, you must establish an "account" for each student.
Click here for more information about Procedures AND FAQs

To Purchase
Your purchase of program-of-study (end-of-program) exam credits allows access to all available exams. Each time an exam is taken, one credit is used. All exams are administered online through our WebXam system (as used by A*S*K Institute and many state DECA associations). Unused credits may be carried forward indefinitely as long as your account is actively used each year.

Click here for pricing and ordering information.

Summative testing generally refers to a test or quiz that is to be incorporated into a student’s grade. Like formative testing, most of our assessment tools can be used for both formative and summative purposes. The key difference is not in the tool, but in how the tool is used – i.e., for practice or for a grade.

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