WGU's objective assessment passing score is the minimum number of points required to pass the course. Typically, a student must earn at least 60% of the total possible points on the objective assessment to pass the course. However, there are exceptions - some courses may have a lower passing score requirement. For more information about WGU's grading system, please visit our grading policy page .If you are unsure whether you passed or failed a course based on your objective assessment score, please contact your academic advisor for help. Additionally, if you feel that you did not receive an accurate objective assessment score from WGU, please reach out to us for assistance.WGU's Objective Assessment Passing Score is __________%.

How is the Objective Assessment administered?

The objective assessment is administered in two parts: the essay and the math. The essay is a multiple-choice test that covers content from all four subject areas of the WGU curriculum. The math section is a timed test that covers content from Algebra I, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. Each part of the objective assessment has different passing scores. For example, to pass the essay portion of the objective assessment, you must earn a score of at least 70 out of 100. To pass the math section, you must earn a score of at least 60 out of 100. If you fail any part of either part of the objective assessment, your WGU degree will be terminated.

What types of questions are on the Objective Assessment?

There are three types of questions on the Objective Assessment: reading, writing, and mathematics. The questions are all multiple choice, and you have a total of 80 minutes to complete the assessment. You will be given a list of topics to choose from, but you are free to select any topic that interests you. There is no wrong answer on the Objective Assessment; it is simply a measure of your ability to understand and use information in written form.

The following guide will help you prepare for the Objective Assessment by explaining what each question is about and how to best answer it. Remember that there is no wrong answer on the objective assessment - just different levels of achievement. If you are unsure about how to answer a question, consult with your instructor or look up the answer online before taking the test. Good luck!

What Are The Types Of Questions On The Objective Assessment?

The objective assessment consists of three sections: reading, writing, and mathematics. Each section has 20 questions in total- 10 in each section. There are five types of questions on this exam: comprehension questions (questions that ask you to read text), application questions (questions that ask you to solve problems), analysis questions (questions that ask you interpret data), problem solving questions (questions where you must find an efficient solution), and drafting/organization/presentation questions (questions where you must create effective documents).

How much time is allotted for the Objective Assessment?

The objective assessment is two hours long.

How is the Objective Assessment scored?

The Objective Assessment is scored on a scale of 1-5. A score of 4 or 5 indicates that the student has achieved mastery of the material covered in the objective assessment. Scores below 3 indicate that the student has not mastered the material and may need additional assistance. Students who achieve a score of 3 or below are considered to have failed the objective assessment.

What does a passing score mean?

A passing score means that a student has achieved mastery of the material covered in the objective assessment and does not need additional assistance. Students who achieve a score of 4 or 5 on the Objective Assessment are considered to have passed. Students who achieve a score below 3 on the Objective Assessment are considered to have failed and may need additional assistance to improve their performance on future assessments.

Can I retake the Objective Assessment if I don't pass it the first time?

There is no set rule on whether or not a student can retake the Objective Assessment. However, most WGU campuses will have policies in place that address this issue. It is important to speak with an advisor at your campus to find out more about how the policy works and if there are any exceptions to the rule.

What happens if I don't pass the Objective Assessment?

If you do not pass the Objective Assessment, your WGU program will be terminated. You will need to reapply and have all of your previous coursework evaluated again. You may also need to retake some or all of the courses you failed.

Where can I find more information about the Objective Assessment?

The Objective Assessment is a part of the WGU admissions process. You can find more information about it on the WGU website. The passing score for the Objective Assessment is 50%.

Who developed the Objective Assessment?

The objective assessment was developed by the Western Governors Association.What is the purpose of the Objective Assessment?The purpose of the objective assessment is to provide governors with a way to measure their individual effectiveness as governors.How is the Objective Assessment scored?The Objective Assessment is scored on a scale from 0-100.What are some factors that contribute to a governor's score on the Objective Assessment?Some factors that contribute to a governor's score on the Objective Assessment include: how well they meet objectives set out in their state policy, how effectively they communicate with their constituents, and how well they manage resources.What does a high score on the Objective Assessment mean for a governor?A high score on the Objective Assessment means that a governor is doing an excellent job meeting objectives set out in their state policy and communicating with their constituents. A low score on the Objective Assessment may mean that a governor needs to improve certain areas of performance.Who can use the Objectives Assessment?Governors can use the Objectives Assessment to measure their own effectiveness as governors. They can also use it to compare themselves against other governors in their state or across states.Can I see my own score on the Objectives Assessment?Yes, you can see your own score on theObjectivesAssessment at www.westerngovernorsassociation.org/objectiveassessment/.How do I find out if I am eligible for participation in WGU's online program?You must first complete and submit an enrollment application form . If you have previously completed an online course offered by WGU, you will not need to complete another enrollment application form; your previous course completion will be noted on your transcript . Once your enrollment application has been processed, we will send you an email notification indicating whether or not you are eligible for WGU's online program..If I am ineligible for WGU’s online program because I do not have a degree from an accredited college or university, can I still enroll in one of its certificate programs?

No, only students who have earned degrees from accredited colleges or universities are eligible for enrollment in WGU’s online programs..If I am currently enrolled in college but plan to leave after completing my degree next year, am I still eligible for WGU’s online program?

Yes - once you have completed all required coursework at your current institution and submitted all required paperwork (including transcripts), you will be considered officially enrolled and able to begin taking courses through our Online Learning Program regardless of when during next year you graduate from college..I already took some courses through our Online Learning Program this semester; do those credits count towards my degree requirements at my current institution?

No - credits earned through our Online Learning Program this semester cannot be used towards degree requirements at your current institution..Can someone else help me complete my enrollment application form if I cannot access Internet due to disability or illness?

Yes - family members who live close by and wantto help supportyoucancompleteandsubmitanenrollmentapplicationformonlineforyourownfamilymemberstoensuretheyareeligibletogetWGU’sonlineprogramsandbecomeaWGUConsultant(seeFamilyMemberEnrollmentGuide).Do any special instructions need to be followed when submitting my enrollment application form electronically such as using Adobe Acrobat instead of Microsoft Word or PDF format etc.?

No special instructions need tobefollowedwhensubmittingyourenrollmentapplicationformelectronicallyusingAdobeAcrobatinsteadofMicrosoftWordorPDFformatetc.,thoughourOnlineLearningProgramwillbeprogrammedtocompatiblewithmostcommonweb browsers.(FormoreinformationonhowtouseAdobeAcrobatpleasevisit

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When was the Objective Assignment introduced?

The Objective Assignment was introduced in the Fall of 2009.

.What is WGU's policy on cheating on assessments like the objective assessment ?

WGU's objective assessment policy is that students are not allowed to cheat on assessments. This includes using any unauthorized aids, such as calculators or other electronic devices. Students who are found cheating will be subject to disciplinary action, including possible expulsion from the university.