My DD is taking the end of year test for her math today because it feels like a waste of time. Everything is super easy and I've always told my kids (who struggle) that if it's too easy and nothing is hard, it's not an appropriate level.
I thought about doing it last year with DD but chickened out because I knew she hadn't been exposed to some things in each chapter. We skipped a few pages, but not too much. It was easy.
As she's doing this test, I'm wondering how much help I could give her for problems she's never seen before. If she can't do it independently, does that mean she doesn't pass and we should go back to those sections? Or is it appropriate to give her a brief explanation and example and then pass her if she can do the rest on her own? She's 7.