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Stanford Grade 4 Spring-Grade 5 Fall (Intermediate 1 test)

Stanford Grade 4 Spring-Grade 5 Fall (Intermediate 1 test)

Intermediate 1 Complete Battery includes Word Study Skills, Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Problem Solving and Procedures, Language, Spelling, Listening, Science and Social Science subtests. To be used during the 2nd semester of Grade 4 or the 1st semester of Grade 5.

  • Author - Pearson
  • Copyright Year - 2003
  • Format - separate answer document
  • Length - 5.5 hrs. (approx.)
  • Grade Level - 4,5
  • Publisher - Pearson
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Stanford Grade 4 Spring-Grade 5 Fall (Intermediate 1 test)

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Stanford Grade 4 Spring-Grade 5 Fall (Intermediate 1 test) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Love this material. I Love this material. It is very easy to administer and my kids are able to complete all the sections to the best of their ability without worry of time restraints.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a good product Just getting to know Your product, really have little to compare as of now
Date published: 2015-08-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Listening Comprehension- NOT What this assessment refers to as "listening comprehension" is in no way a measure of a student's ability to comprehend what they have heard It simply is not legitimate. It is instead a test of vocabulary/ prior knowledge. Furthermore, the directions were faulty, asking students to, "Listen to the paragraph," when they actually had to listen to three paragraphs before answering the questions. My own children answered each question perfectly because they were familiar with each of the words in question. The read aloud portion did not provide context clues at all. I don't believe this gives me a measure of their ability to comprehend what they've heard.
Date published: 2015-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great standardized test! I'm really disappointed that they are discontinuing the SAT10 in 2016. I like how it is not timed. I've found the results reflective of my child's abilities.
Date published: 2015-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of Stanford As a retired teacher, I have given many standardized tests. I find this test to be one of the best.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Odd results...wish I had more data I had my son take his first test last year in this level. His overall performance was pretty low, so I decided to keep him at 4th grade level (we homeschool) and I retested in the same grade this year. There is a category in which he slipped backwards, and that makes no sense to me. I wish that somehow I knew what order the parts were given in and if there were circumstances (like last test of the battery) that may have played a part. Since I was not the tester, I have no idea. So I cannot really give a positive review, but if it is required or you want a baseline and what to maybe focus on, it is a tool you can use.
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Concerned about test accuracy We have used this test for several years at my school. We chose it based on the reviews stating it was the most "student friendly." However, although easy to read and administer, I have concerns about the test accuracy. I've administered various grade levels of the Stanford 10. Each time I administer it, I'm frustrated at the amount of poorly written questions. Often answer choices are ambiguous, there's more than one correct answer or there's no good answer. The Intermediate 1 Test had by far the most errors. I'm very concerned that the questions in this test do not accurately assess what they are intended to assess. I hope the Stanford eleventh edition is in the works and will be much better.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of Independent Work, Minimal Instructor Time Needed While there are a couple of categories that need instructor participation, most of this level is done independently, which is very nice for a busy homeschool mama. :) My child thought the independent work portions were easy to understand, although she did generally ask a clarifying question at the beginning of a new section, just to make sure she was doing it right. (She was.) We did have to pay to replace the testing booklet--that independent work meant that my child took the test to her desk, which she hadn't cleaned properly after a glue-involved art project, and some sort of "sticky substance" ended up on the testing booklet. I received a polite email about the problem, phoned in about it, and paid over the phone to replace the booklet. It is my understanding that the processing of my entire family's tests was put on hold while BJU waited for me to contact them and resolve the issue, so don't ignore those emails if you receive them. :) This tests measures so much, and is very affordable for what it reports. I plan to keep using it through the years ahead.
Date published: 2014-06-23
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