They would also have students take the STAR test
the first and last days to determine reading levels.
Using the ENERGY STAR test
protocol, energy consumption of the freezer was independently verified as .286 kWh/day/f[t.sup.3] (at -75 C).
There is no copyright protection for useful articles, but under the ruling in Star, artistic features of useful articles can be protected if they meet the requirements of the Star test
for conceptual separability.
The star test
is so simple, yet so stringent, that every telescope user should know it.
All but one of his eight career victories to date have come over trips of around a mile and a half, but Varian is relishing the prospect of seeing his stable star test
his powers over two furlongs shorter.
Each student is tested at the start of the programme, using a 'Star Test
.' This test gives a reading age, and a range within which that student should choose books.
This paper examines the Algebra II course and California Star Test
(CST) proficiency levels in the San Francisco Bay Area and in the State of California.
Players including Billy Slater and star Test
centre Greg Inglis have reportedly received third-party payments and gifts on top of their official contracts and unless the club bring their books up to scratch, they risk being thrown out of next year's title chase.
For evaluation of dynamic balance of the subjects we used Star Test
, in which eight vectors drawn on the ground with 45[degrees] angles in a star form.
I focused on the twelve Literary Response and Analysis standards (the curricular tasks dealing with the study of literature) at the 9th and 10th grade level, analyzing them to determine just what they wanted students and teachers to know and be able to do with literature, and also examining the corresponding STAR test
questions released by the state in an effort to see exactly what kind of knowledge of the standards was being measured.