Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test™
Copyright © 2006 by The University of Iowa. All rights reserved. Reproduced from the Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test™ (IAAT™), Fifth Edition. Reprinted by permission of The Riverside Publishing Company.
- Designed to assist parents/educators in determining a student's readiness for Algebra I
- Takes about one hour to administer
- Is comprised of four subtests:
- Pre-Algebraic Number Skills and Concepts
- Interpreting Mathematical Information
- Representing Relationships
- Using Symbols
- Test administered by pre-approved Iowa or Stanford test administrator
- Self-scoring, with included tables allowing for conversion of raw scores to
standard scores, percentile ranks, and stanines
- Booklets must be returned within 21 days in the envelope provided
- Author - Harold L. Schoen and Timothy N. Ansley
- Copyright Year - 2006
- Format - consumable
- Length - 50 min.
- Grade Level - 7,8
- Publisher - Riverside Publishing
Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test TM is rated
Rated 5 out of
Suprisingly easy to use
I was not sure what to expect with this product, never having used such a test before. Until I opened the testing booklet I was still not sure, but it was quite easy to evaluate. Answers are clearly marked, just make sure you use the right sheet! It was a great way to see where the student stood.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 4 out of
Easy assessment to administer and score
I used this assessment to determine if my 7th grade duaghter should repeat pre-algebra or move on to algebra for 8th grade. I recommend using this assessment as a tool for determining your child's readiness for algebra instruction.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 5 out of
Are You Ready for Algebra?
The "Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test" is a great tool to see if your student is ready to delve into the rigors of higher math. The test is easy to administer.
According to my son, James, "It is one of the easiest tests I've ever taken. The directions made me feel like I could take on the world not just Algebra."
Every home-school parent should have their rising 8th grader take the test to see if he/she is ready for high school math.
Date published: 2014-05-15