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Nationally normed, standardized tests help teachers compare their students with America’s K–12 population. These tests have the standard conditions, norms, common content, and technical expertise to give teachers and parents a diagnostic look at each student’s abilities.
Here’s just a few of the ways you can use your standardized test scores:
You can give tests in the fall from October 1 to 31 or in the spring from March 3 to April 30. Just don’t forget to order your tests at least 30 days before you plan on testing.
You can get a full refund
on completely unused tests if you return them within 30 days from your test date. Just give us a call at 1-888-722-0044. We’ll be glad to help get your unused materials returned.
We recommend that you give achievement tests every year and ability tests in grades 2, 4, and 6. That way, you can watch students’ academic progress and check up on their aptitudes.
Achievement tests help you
Ability tests help you
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Standardized tests evaluate reading, language, mathematics, science, social studies, and other commonly taught areas. Using these tests helps you understand your students’ abilities in comparison to other students who have taken this test.
You can use either of these nationally recognized standardized tests.
Note these key differences:
The Iowa Tests
The Stanford 10
More grades can test together
Fewer grades can test together
Check out the Home School Legal Defense Association website. You’ll find helpful information about the homeschool laws and standardized test requirements for your state.
Sometimes, publishers restrict specific areas from using certain tests. If you live in an area with testing restrictions, check to see the alternative tests you can order from Abeka Testing.
You can give tests in the fall from October 1 to 31 or in the spring from March 1 to April 30. Just don't forget to order your tests at least 30 days before you plan on testing.
You can order our discounted achievement/ability test combos. And, if you order items in bulk, you can receive a discount off your entire order.
You’ll want to choose the recommended level for your child’s current grade. See the charts below for recommendations for each test.
If you need to administer tests for your school or homeschool, complete the online Test Administrator Application. (If you’re only ordering the Stanford 10 Online, practice tests, or support material, you don’t need to fill this out.)
We recommend that you give achievement tests every year and ability tests in grades 2, 4, and 6. That way, you can watch students’ yearly academic progress and check up on their aptitudes.
If you homeschool your children, you can administer their tests if you complete the online Test Administrator Application. And don’t forget to verify your homeschool status during the order process.
Also, make sure you know and follow your state’s requirements regarding parents administering tests.
We’ll send your test results within 4 weeks of receiving your test materials.
You don’t need to worry about the privacy of your tests. Only the test administrator who ordered the tests will receive test results.
If you ordered for a Christian school, you’ll receive your materials 2–3 weeks before your test date. If you homeschool, you’ll get your materials about 1 week before your test date.
If you live in the United States, shipping is free!
Right after you’ve finished testing, return your test materials to us via an insured shipping method.
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