Iowa Test has become a major component of every student's school year. For
teachers and parents, the Iowa Test has become a major concern because the
student's future, the teacher's review, and even school funding can depend
on the results.
you live in Iowa, then most likely your child or student will be taking the
Iowa Test of Basic Skills, more commonly known as the Iowa Test. Preparing
your child for Iowa Testing can help improve their performance in school, as
well as secure funding for your child’s continued education.
of the Iowa Test
Iowa Test, also referred to as the ITBS, was developed in the1930s by the
University of Iowa, which still administers the test and evaluates the
results. While the Iowa Test is used by schools in other states, it is most
popular in its home state.
Iowa Test covers a wide range of subjects which vary depending on the grade
level of the students. More subjects are covered in older grades and topics
vary as well. Areas examined by the Iowa Test include Science, Mathematics,
Language, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Problem Solving, Maps and
Diagrams and more.
Testing is unique because it is specifically meant to not only evaluate
current knowledge, but to identify areas that should be reinforced or that
have not been covered in a child's education. The results of the ITBS test
can help teachers, schools and parents to identify areas of focus for the
rest of the school year.
Education ITBS Test Preparation
ITBS practice tests are specifically designed for each grade level, ensuring
coverage of the appropriate subjects and learning materials geared for
students in that age group. The basic skills test practice mimics the actual
testing environment, challenging students with multiple choice questions,
short answers, essays and other situations encountered on the ITBS.
then present results in the same manner as the Iowa Test, with a score based
on the student's performance compared against other students who have taken
the ITBS test. We also provide a detailed report highlighting areas of
strength and weakness. This can be used to focus attention on problem areas
in the future, as well as prepare a child effective for the actual Iowa
Whether you are a parent looking to give your child a boost or an educator
preparing students for the Iowa Test, our ITBS practice tests and
preparation materials are proven to help raise test scores. Not only do we
teach students how to approach questions on the test and tips on choosing
the correct answer, but we focus on actually helping the child to deeply
learn the covered topics. Students walk away from our ITBS practice tests
with confidence, skills and real knowledge.