The Iowa Tests® | BJU Press Testing & Evaluation
BJU Press Testing & Evaluation is pleased to be able to offer The Iowa Tests Form C to homeschools and private schools.
The Iowa Tests Form C makes understanding and applying your student's test scores easy. It includes a Primary Reading Profile (PRP) score report for Kindergarten through grade 3 and a Lexile® Measurement for grades 1–12. An optional CCSS comparison (grades 3–12) is available upon request and can be viewed in our sample score reports below.
The Iowa Tests are nationally standardized tests and meet most state requirements. It is available year-round, and you may administer either the complete battery or certain parts of the test. Please be aware that the latest test form may not be available in your area, so you may need to use an alternate form of the Iowa Tests.
The Iowa Tests of Basic Skills® (ITBS®) and Iowa Tests of Educational Development® (ITED®) are also available in combination with the CogAT (Cognitive Abilities Test™). View sample score reports for these tests.
To administer any of these tests, you must be listed with us as a pre-approved tester for The Iowa Tests, which requires a completion of an online test administrator application. You can search for an approved tester in your area using the Tester Locator.
- K5–2 (Levels 5–8) must be administered separately by grade.
- Grades 3–8 (Levels 9–14) may be administered together.
- Grades 9–12 (Levels 15–18) may be administered together.
Note that Level 9 includes two extra subtests—Word Analysis and Listening.
Confidential Results Include
- Norm-referenced scores: standard, grade equivalent, stanine, and percentile rank
- Graphed achievement percentiles
- Content cluster skills evaluations
- Skills performance ratings
- Score interpretation brochure
- 3–5 hours over 3 days
- 5.5 hours over 3 days
- 3.5 hours over 2 days
The Iowa Tests® Evaluate
- Word analysis
- Reading comprehension
- Social studies/science
1Approximate testing time for complete battery
Our terms and conditions explain the test publisher's requirements and other details. Of course, you are responsible to meet your state and local requirements for testing. Check the Home School Legal Defense Association website for more information. You may test at any time of year, but some states have deadlines for testing or score reporting.