Online Testing at Home
Test Your Child in the Privacy of Your Own Home
Private, Online Testing Through BJU Press
2021 Online Testing Information Coming Soon!
Achievement testing is available for students in grades K through 12.
Registration opens soon.
Online testing generally takes place April 6 through July 14.
Testing at home has become very popular, and with good reason. Parents appreciate the opportunity to test in the comfort of their own home and children often do better in a relaxed, familiar place.
HEAV now offers an opportunity to test online through a reputable company providing a well-known test—the newest available to homeschoolers.
BJU Press Testing & Evaluation has 35 years of test experience and offers the Iowa Assessment with the most recent (2017) norming date, giving you a more accurate understanding of your child’s progress. Plus, you may proctor this test for your students, and you don’t need to have any special credentials.
Testing dates are flexible–you choose the dates that work for you! Testing dates are available April 6 through July 14.
Participation Is Simple!
Take the Iowa Assessments™ Form E achievement test from the comfort of your own home! Benefits of testing online include:
There are many benefits to testing your homeschooled child!
A proctor may be a parent or another adult appointed by the parent. No special requirements or qualifications, such as a teaching certificate or degree, are needed.
The proctor of the test must be actively present during the online testing time.
● Serves as the point of contact between the student and BJU Press test administrator
● Is responsible for insuring that the student is logged into the test at the designated time for each session
● Should actively monitor testing to see that students are actively working on the test and to prevent students from taking unscheduled or prolonged breaks
● Is available at agreed-upon contact time during the entire test-taking session
● Is responsible for contacting BJU Press Test Administrator if there are any technology issues during testing (e.g. Internet/power outage, student unexpectedly logged out of test, etc.)
● The proctor’s name, email, and phone number should be submitted when ordering the test.
Order the test level based on the typical grade level your child would be in for his age. There may be some variance because children can be held back or advanced. See the chart below.
■ Iowa Assessments Online K (Form E, Level 5/6)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 1 (Form E, Level 6 or 7)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 2 (Form E, Level 7 or 8)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 3 (Form E, Level 9)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 4 (Form E, Level 10)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 5 (Form E, Level 11)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 6 (Form E, Level 12)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 7 (Form E, Level 13)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 8 (Form E, Level 14)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 9 (Form E, Level 15)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grade 10 (Form E, Level 16)
■ Iowa Assessments Online Grades 11-12 (Form E, Level 17/18)
No. Most standardized tests are graded on the month of the school year when the testing is done.
No. This is a timed test. However, students have plenty of time to complete the test.
The tests used for online testing are Iowa Assessments™ Form E. These are the newest Iowa tests available to the homeschool market and use 2017 norms.
No. Although science and social studies are part of the complete composite, Virginia students are not required to complete these sections. They will still receive a core composite score without them.
The Iowa Assessments™ Form E is $35 per test. This includes online test results. There is a combination price of $55 for the online Iowa Assessments™ and the Cognitive Abilities Tests™.
Please place your order 14+ days before your scheduled test date.
You may cancel online tests up to 10 business days before the stated test date without penalty.
Parents will receive a Student Profile Narrative and an Individual Performance Profile with the information that meets the Virginia assessment requirements.
- The Cognitive Abilities Tests™ Form 7 (CogAT®️)
- Iowa paper/pencil version, if preferred
If you want to know if your child is working at his potential, the Cognitive Abilities Test™ (CogAT®) may be a great tool for your family.
Available for HEAV families for grades 3 to 12, this test divides reasoning and learning abilities into three sections that provide separate scores for verbal, quantitative or numerical, and nonverbal abilities.
The CogAT is not an achievement test and does not satisfy the required proof of progress under the homeschool statute. However, it can be extremely beneficial for your student for the following reasons.
Benefits of the CogAT
The CogAT helps you
- Understand student needs
- Find student strengths
- Spot holes in student education
- Predict National Percentile Rank for standardized achievement tests
- Obtain tips on improving future scores
IMPORTANT: Be sure to use code 6JG3GKJ3 or state you are ordering through HEAV.
By utilizing BJU Press for your testing, homeschool families will contribute to non-identifiable group data. This helps protect your right to homeschool as HEAV continues to provide the Virginia legislature with evidence of the academic excellence of home-instructed students.