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About ITBS (Iowa Test of Basic Skills) Tests

Parent and Child Practicing - ITBSPractice.comThe Iowa Test is no longer classified as standardized testing to be tolerated by students once a week each year. Instead, the Iowa Test is a critical marker of how well your child has learned – and what areas need improvement. Based upon these results, your child’s teacher crafts appropriate lesson plans to ensure that your child stays competitive in today’s rigorous academic environment.

Today, the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, generally known as the Iowa Test or the ITBS, provides the scale against which not only students but schools and entire districts are measured. The Iowa Test, used in the state of Iowa, is one of the oldest and most recognized standardized tests. If your child or students will be taking the Iowa Test, Bright Education can help. Our Iowa Test preparation materials can ensure that your students get the best possible results, as well as truly learn the covered subjects, instead of just test taking tips.

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The Iowa Test of Basic Skills is used to test the knowledge of students in elementary and middle school, up through the eighth grade. The ITBS test was developed by the University of Iowa, who is also still responsible for administering and evaluating the test.

The Iowa Test is unique because it was designed to specifically analyze a student’s current knowledge, as well as evaluate subject matters that should be stressed in a child's education. This greatly assists teachers, parents, and schools to clearly define areas of learning focus throughout the year. Therefore, the Iowa Tests are generally administered throughout the school year, depending on the preference of the school, while most standardized tests are administered at the end of a semester or school year.



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