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2005

Grade 12

3

SECTION 3 Section

In this section, please tell us about yourself and your family. The section has 14 questions.

Mark your answers in your booklet.

VB331330 VB331331

1. Are you Hispanic or Latino? Fill in one 2. Which of the following best describes

or more ovals. you? Fill in one or more ovals.

A No, I am not Hispanic or Latino. A White

American, or Chicano.

C Asian

C Yes, I am Puerto Rican or Puerto

Rican American. D American Indian or Alaska Native

American. Islander

or Latino background.

Section 3

For the rest of the questions in this section, fill in only one oval for each question.

VB331333 VB331337

least four times a week? could be a set of books, or it could be on

the computer.

A Yes

A Yes

B No

B No

C I don’t know.

C I don’t know.

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4. Does your family get any magazines 8. About how many pages a day do you

regularly? have to read in school and for

homework?

A Yes

A 5 or fewer

B No

B 6–10

C I don’t know.

C 11–15

D 16–20

VB331335

your home?

A Few (0–10) VB331339

B Enough to fill one shelf (11–25) have studied in school with someone in

your family?

C Enough to fill one bookcase (26–100)

A Never or hardly ever

D Enough to fill several bookcases

(more than 100) B Once every few weeks

6. Is there a computer at home that

you use? E Every day

A Yes

B No

Section 3

VB331447 VB331451

10. How many days were you absent from 13. How often do people in your home talk

school in the last month? to each other in a language other than

English?

A None

A Never

B 1 or 2 days

B Once in a while

C 3 or 4 days

C About half of the time

D 5 to 10 days

D All or most of the time

E More than 10 days

VB330870 HE002549

11. How far in school did your mother go? 14. Which of the following best describes

your high school program?

A She did not finish high school.

A General

B She graduated from high school.

B Academic or college preparatory

C She had some education after high

school. C Vocational or technical

E I don’t know.

VB330871

A He did not finish high school.

school.

E I don’t know.

4

SECTION 4 Section

This section has 16 questions. Mark your answers in your booklet. Unless directed

otherwise, fill in only one oval for each question.

Section 4

VB543279

1. Which courses have you taken from eighth grade to the present? Fill in one or more ovals on

each line. INCLUDE courses taken in summer school, but DO NOT INCLUDE topics that were

only taught as part of a longer course (such as trigonometry taught in drafting class or computer

programming taught in Algebra II).

I took this

I have never course in I took this I took this I took this I took this

taken this or before course in course in course in course in

course Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

course

b. Tech-pr ep mathematics,

ech-prep A B C D E F VB543281

con--

sumer mathematics, or other

applied mathematics course

pre-algebra course

e. Geometry course

Geometry A B C D E F VB543285

without trigonometr

trigonometry y

rigonometry A B C D E F VB543287

course)

functions and analysis)

i. Unified

Unified, integrated

integrated, or sequential A B C D E F VB543289

mathematics course

course

Visual Basic, etc.)

Section 4

VB543295 VB543264

2. Are you currently enrolled in or have 4. How often do you use a computer to play

you taken an Advanced Placement (AP) mathematics games that are not for a

course in mathematics? Fill in one or mathematics class

class?

more ovals.

A Never or hardly ever

A Yes, I am enrolled in or have taken

Advanced Placement (AP) B Once every few weeks

Calculus AB.

C About once a week

B Yes, I am enrolled in or have taken

Advanced Placement (AP) D Two or three times a week

Calculus BC.

E Every day or almost every day

C Yes, I am enrolled in or have taken

Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics.

Placement (AP) mathematics course. VB543267

use when you are not in mathematics

class

class?

VB543297 A None

3. Are you currently enrolled in or have

you taken any online mathematics B Basic four-function (addition,

courses for high school or college credit

credit? subtraction, multiplication,

division)

A Yes

C Scientific (not graphing)

B No

D Graphing

Section 4

VB517284 VB543148

6. Are you currently taking a mathematics 8. On a typical day, how much time do you

course? spend doing work for mathematics class

on a computer? Include work you do in

A Yes ➔ Go to Question 7 class and for homework.

B No ➔ Skip to Question 14 A None

C About 1 hour

VB525162

mathematics at school?

E More than 2 hours

A Never or hardly ever

Section 4

VB543155

9. When you are doing mathematics for school or homework, how often do you use these

different types of computer programs

programs? Fill in one oval on each line.

Never Once About Two or Every

Ever y day

or hardly y few

every

ever once a three times or almost

ever weeks week a week ever

everyy day

VB543157

a. A spreadsheet program A B C D E

for mathematics class

assignments

VB543158

b. A program to practice or A B C D E

drill on math facts (addition,

subtraction, multiplication,

division)

VB543160

c. A program that presents new A B C D E

mathematics lessons with

problems to solve

VB543159

d. The Internet to learn things A B C D E

for mathematics class

VB543161

e. A calculator program on the A B C D E

computer to solve or check

problems for mathematics

class

VB543262

f. A graphing program on the A B C D E

computer to make charts or

graphs for mathematics class

VB517157

g. A statistical program to A B C D E

calculate patterns such

as correlations or cross

tabulations

Section 4

VB543149

homework, how often do you use a computer

for the following? Fill in one oval on each line.

Never Once About Two or Every

Ever y day

or hardly y few

every

ever once a three times or almost

ever weeks week a week ever

everyy day

VB543152

a. Chat online with friends A B C D E

about mathematics class

work or homework (for

example, e-mail, chat

rooms, or instant

messaging)

VB543153

b. Find out about mathematics A B C D E

class work or homework from

your teacher using e-mail,

instant messaging, web, etc.

VB543154

c. Use a computer to get help A B C D E

with mathematics from

an outside source (for

example, online tutoring)

VB517159

11. How often do you use these different types of calculators in your mathematics class?

Never Sometimes Usually

use but not often use

VB517160

a. Basic four-function (addition, subtraction, A B C

multiplication, division)

VB517161

b. Scientific (not graphing) A B C

VB517282

c. Graphing A B C

Section 4

VB543269

12. For each of the following activities, how often do you use a calculator

calculator? Fill in one oval on

each line.

Never Once About Two or Every

Ever y day

or hardly y few

every

ever once a three times or almost

ever weeks week a week ever

everyy day

VB543270

a. To check your work on A B C D E

mathematics homework

assignments

VB543271

b. To calculate the answers A B C D E

to mathematics homework

problems

VB543272

c. To work in class on A B C D E

mathematics lessons led by

your teacher

VB517158 VB595182

13. When you take a mathematics test or 14. How hard was this test compared to

quiz, how often do you use a calculator? most other tests you have taken this year

in school?

A Never

A Easier than other tests

B Sometimes

B About as hard as other tests

C Always

C Harder than other tests

Section 4

VC034559 VB595184

15. How hard did you try on this test 16. How important was it to you to do well

compared to how hard you tried on on this test?

most other tests you have taken this

year in school? A Not very important

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