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GEPA or the Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment is given to all New Jersey public-schooled students in March of their eighth grade year. It is often known as the "preparation test" for the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA), which has similar rules and information.Together with the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJASK) administered in grades 3-7 and the HSPA (High School Proficiency Assessment) given to students in eleventh grade, the GEPA is part of a battery of tests used to assess student performance in New Jersey's public schools.It consists of 3 major parts which are Science, Math, and Language Arts.Source: Wikipedia
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