MAP Testing FAQs
How to Add a Student to your Roster:
The directions for creating a student profile are here: Creating a Student Profile [teach.mapnwea.org] [nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com].
The directions describe the need for information that meets two different requirements – Required to complete the student enrollment and required for Reporting. I would just view them as all required.
The information you need is:
- Student First and Last Name
- Student ID
- Date of birth
- Class or Classes
The direct link to creating a student profile are here: Creating a Student Profile [teach.mapnwea.org].
To go to the Help Center, simply click on the word Help in the top right side of your MAP Screen.
From there one can find help by Searching, choosing a topic from the dropdown menus, or by following other links.
How Can I Get Customer Support?
For teacher passwords, resets, coordinator profile set up, and broad questions, please email email@example.com
For MAP testing support and issues (such as – you can’t see your rosters online, or missing profiles) please email Customer Support directly at
NWEA Partner Support Contact Information:
Contact NWEA Support [nwea.org]
How Do I Add a MAP Coordinator to the System?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the person, their work email, the affiliated school and what role they need access for.
How Do I Test Virtually?
Tutorial videos can be found here: https://teach.mapnwea.org/assist/help_map/Content/MAPHelpCenter.htm?cshid=101 or by logging into your account and clicking on the “HELP” link in the top right hand corner.
For iPad questions and recommendations, please start here: https://teach.mapnwea.org/impl/QRM2_System_Requirements_QuickRef.pdf
Where Can I Get More Information on MAP Testing and Communication to Families, Staff and Faculty?
NWEA has created a lot of interesting and informative resources for Catholic schools to start planning their remote testing schedules and procedures. You can find everything that you could possibly need for your proctors, your classroom teachers, parents, and technology specialists by clicking on this:
Here you will find preparation materials, proctor check lists, proctor slide deck, family information (in both English and Spanish) and action plans for remote testing — and more!