We live in a state where, by law, my child must take a standardized test at certain grade levels.
Over the next few weeks, I'd like to familiarize my child with the type of questions he will see on the test, and generally prepare him for the test format. I have found a few websites, but need more.
Thanks in advance!
Are you sure that the tests are required by law for your child? Most states allow excemptions for the tests. If you want your child to take them, that is one thing, but if you don't, it is worth looking into.
Mothra- We usually use alternative assessment, but after a certain grade, you must test every other year. We are in NY.
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Great. Online tests in reading, math etc. Basically for 4th, 8th and 12th grades.
what exactly are you looking for, what states exam and grade level??
My child would be 5th grade, and we have a choice of tests we can take.
We can take the following tests:
(i) The test shall be selected by the parent from one of the following: the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, the California Achievement Test, the Stanford Achievement Test, the Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills, the Metropolitan Achievement Test, a State Education Department test, or another test approved by the State Education Department.
One of these:
Also what you can do here is get the test, review for ir, take it or not take it and get your own. and then return the one you got from the school.
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