Stanford Achievement Tests | BJU Press Testing & Evaluation
The Stanford 10 Achievement includes a Lexile measure on all Stanford 10 score reports (except for SESAT levels). The test is untimed and in full-color, and special formatting keeps students focused, interested, and on track during testing.
The Stanford 10 is nationally standardized and meets most state requirements. It is available year-round, and you may administer the complete battery or omit the optional sections of the test. Please be aware that some areas may need to use an alternate form of the Stanford test series.
The Stanford Achievement Tests are also available in combination with OLSAT (Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®). To administer any of these tests, you must be listed with us as a pre-approved Stanford tester, which requires a completion of an online test administrator application.You can search for an approved tester in your area using the Tester Locator.
Administration of Stanford Tests
- K5–3 (SESAT2–Pri3) must be administered separately by grade.
- Grades 4–6 (Int1–Int3) may be administered together with minor modifications.*
- Grades 7–8 (Adv1–Adv2) may be administered together with minor modifications.*
- Grades 9–12 (TASK1–TASK3) may be administered together.
* The Listening subtest must be administered to each grade level separately.
Confidential Results Include
- Norm-referenced scores: scaled, grade equivalent, stanine, and percentile rank
- Graphed achievement percentiles
- Content cluster skills evaluations
- Skills performance ratings
- Score interpretation brochure
- 3–4 hours over 3 days
- 5–6 hours over 3 days
- 5.5–6 hours over 3 days
- 4 hours over 2 days
Stanford Tests Evaluate
- Word study skills
- Reading skills/ comprehension
- Social studies/science
1 Approximate 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.