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Includes all subtests of the Stanford 10 Primary 3 Complete Battery (item 151720) plus the OLSAT Level D. OLSAT D covers the following topics:
This test is intended for administration between January and July.
Students mark their answers on three separate machine-scorable booklets. This grade level cannot be combined with any other grade levels for administration.
Author - Pearson
Copyright Year - 2003
Format - consumable
Length - 6.5 hrs. (approx.)
Grade Level - 3
Publisher - Pearson
Stanford & OLSAT Grade 3 Spring (Primary 3/D, test combo)
Stanford & OLSAT Grade 3 Spring (Primary 3/D, test combo) is rated
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Testing Process Made EasyBJU testing has been consistently straight forward, quick, and easy. We will continue to purchase our testing materials from BJU. Thank you.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 5 out of
Required by my state, but that was a good thing!We moved from Alabama (which does not require testing for homeschooled students) to Georgia (which does). I was a little miffed at first because of the expense and at the though tof having to take several days with taking two of my 5 children to the library study room (on 2 different weeks) where it would be quiet enough to test. However, the instructions were very user-friendly, and the times allotted were fair. The kids said it was tough to complete 2 hours or more, but they hung in there. The results really helped me confirm areas where my children needed support, and also opened my eyes to areas that I didn't realize they excelled so much! Planning the next year was a lot easier thanks to having the results!
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 5 out of
Now I know where the gaps are!With all other school testing my children have done, I have been out of the loop. Now, I know where the gaps are in my children's educations, so I can fix them. Good, traditional testing. Only a few questions I took issue with - all of them environmental in nature.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 4 out of
STANFORD AND OTIS-LENNON TESTSThis is my third year with Stanford exams and first year with the Otis-Lennon (Cognitive) exam. I will start with the Stanford exam. I have homeschooled for my little girl the past five years. My girl is currently 9 years old and will be starting 4th grade next month (Sept 2013).
I liked the fact that the Stanford exam is NOT timed. The last thing I want to have is my little excited homeschooler watching the clock with me. I liked the colorful photos and the easy directions. I liked that it was very thorough. I liked that it asked a question in different ways. I liked the ease of ordering and the quick grading, for the most part, although BJU Press is now grading so we get the results quicker. Stanford is NOT Biblical based. The tests are designed for public school children. The blessing is that my child utilizes Catholic curriculum and SURPASSES the public school children and their Stanford exam results. Based on the past two years exam results I know my girl is not only on track but way up ahead and past the third bend in the road. Meanwhile, the public school children are still at the starting gates tying their shoes.
Now this is the first year that I tried the Otis-Lennon (Cognitive) exam. I see that it is timed but I did not watch the clock. I would glance over to it but I was not obsessed with timing her during this exam. I gave that exam to my daughter for the first time. I was pleased with the way my daughter first read the questions and tackled each answer. She had never seen one of these types of exams before let alone attempt to complete one so I am very pleased with the results. Although I do not have the official corrected exam to date I corrected it visually and I was pleased with what I saw.
The ONLY negative comment I would like to state would be the way the tests results are handed back to the parent from Pearson. It's printed up on a piece of paper. Nothing official! No signatures, notaries, seals, nothing. I could have easily printed said results myself. Luckily in NJ I do NOT need to prove myself to anyone but as a Licensed Social Worker I test my daughter for peace of mind.
I love BJU Press! The ladies are outstanding. I have called them several times during the years as I have utilized them each year for my testing materials. Keep up the good work BJU Press. Pearson please make the exams more "Official".