Stanford 10 Achievement Test and OLSAT combination—$90 per student
Student Eligibility—The BJU Press Testing Center provides testing for homeschooled and privately schooled students.
Homeschool students—For a student to be defined as “homeschooled,” the majority of his education must be privately funded and provided at home rather than in a traditional classroom setting. Students whose education is home-based but provided by a publicly funded school would not be considered “homeschooled” for these testing purposes.
Private school students—Stanford publishers authorize us to provide tests to private school students. However, before ordering tests, our office must receive written approval from the private school administrator, granting the BJU Press Testing Center permission to administer a standardized test to the student.
ADA Accessible—Special accommodations can be made upon request for students requiring a wheel-chair accessible desk or other special arrangement. (See Special Accommodations on Registration Information page.)
Private Testing Session—Private testing sessions are available upon request, for an additional charge. (See Special Accommodations on Registration Information page.)
Test Results Consultation—Half-hour consultation sessions on score interpretation are available at no extra charge. We can accommodate only the parents and the tested student during the consultation. Please make arrangements for the care of other children. We are sorry that our small reception area cannot be a waiting area for other children.
Our Staff—The BJU Press Testing Center adheres to all guidelines for implementing test security, while ensuring that its highly qualified staff maintains a thorough knowledge of testing procedures and professional conduct.
All of our test administrators
Meet the qualifications for administering the Stanford 10 Achievement Test and OLSAT paper and online assessments
Attended general administration training
Understand the concepts of standardized testing, security importance, and the implications of testing irregularities
We are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to answer questions.
Normal testing hours are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. according to grade on scheduled testing days. See our Testing Center Calendar.