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Practice Test Kit ITBS: K5-Grade 1 Fall (Levels 5-6, teacher & student)

Practice Test Kit ITBS: K5-Grade 1 Fall (Levels 5-6, teacher & student)

Copyright © 2008 by The University of Iowa. All rights reserved. Reproduced from the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills® (ITBS®). Reprinted by permission of The Riverside Publishing Company.

Practice tests are designed to briefly acquaint students with the kinds of questions (not content) found on achievement or abilities tests. Students practice by answering an average of 2–4 questions in each subject area using actual test format; however, the difficulty level of the test is not represented. Practice tests are test specific; this particular item is intended to prepare students who are taking ITBS Forms A, B, or C Levels 5 or 6.

Order only one set (which includes teacher's guide) and additional practice tests when ordering for multiple students.

Due to the nature of our contract with the publisher, this product is available only to students not enrolled in publicly funded schools (including charter schools). If your student is not homeschooled or enrolled in a privately funded school, you may still purchase Better Test Scores, which is available for Grades 3–8.
  • Author - University of Iowa
  • Copyright Year - 2008
  • Length - 20 questions
  • Grade Level - K5-1
  • Publisher - Riverside Publishing

Practice Test Kit ITBS: K5-Grade 1 Fall (Levels 5-6, teacher & student)

Practice Test Kit ITBS: K5-Grade 1 Fall (Levels 5-6, teacher & student) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not necessary for Kindergarten testing I ordered this test so that my kindergartner could practice some testing elements before taking her first standardized test. I did not realize, however, that the kindergarten test actually has practice elements built into it, making the practice test unnecessary. I would not bother with this practice test again.
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just OK I didn't feel that this test really got a good overall picture of my student's ability. Some scoring categories only had four questions and that determined the score. I understand that at the K level they don't have the attention span for a very long test. I feel that the scoring categories should have been condensed so there weren't entire scoring categories based off of so few questions. I feel that the test was easy to administer and the format was great. I think the higher level tests will be better since there will probably be more questions. I would use ITBS again.
Date published: 2014-04-28
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