Dear friends, thanks for being patient as we are learning to adapt to many different ways of doing things during this time of living with Covid-19. Due to the fact that so many of our families finish their school year sooner rather then later, and we are unsure as to when we will be able to gather as groups again, we have decided to cancel the Stanford Testing for this year. If the Stanford Test was on your agenda, no worries, as it is available to take online–info is below. Also, The Iowa Test (https://www.bjupresshomeschool.com/category/homeschool-iowa-tests) is also an approved test.
Interested in At-Home Testing? Click HERE to find your test.
As of 2018, you now have the ability to take the Stanford-10 National Achievement Test at home. The parent does not have to have the B.A. in order to administer the At-Home test. This is the same nationally-recognized test used in the On-site testing we offer. As a norm-referenced test, the Stanford-10 not only offers the home educator information on their student’s achievement, it also provides comparisons based on nationwide test results. The first version of the Stanford Achievement series was published in 1926. Its history and academic excellence has earned its acceptance as a nationally normed achievement test, and meets most states’ testing requirements.
Interested in Online Testing? Click HERE to learn more.
Does your child work best from home? Are they still young and needing more one on one attention? Do you have scheduling conflicts with your local testing site? Do you live in a rural area and onsite testing is not available? Or you just prefer to test at home? Then this test will be perfect for you!
Here, your child will test on their computer in the comforts of your own home. They will call in to a conference call where a proctor will read the directions to them. They will then be able to take the test.
Online testing opportunities are offered for students who prefer not to test at a physical location, or who can’t get to a physical location. Online testing is for grades 3–12, is proctored, and includes the same Stanford-10 components as the physical test for the level you choose. The online version does not have a listening section.
The Stanford-10 National Achievement Test is a nationally-recognized test used by educators across the United States, particularly in private schools and homeschools. As a norm-referenced test, the Stanford-10 not only offers the home educator information on their student’s achievement, it also provides comparisons based on nationwide test results. The first version of the Stanford Achievement series was published in 1926, and the Stanford-10 online version was introduced in 2012. Its rich history and academic excellence has earned its acceptance as a nationally normed achievement test, and meets most state’s testing requirements.
(please let me know if you have questions)