Online testing uses Iowa Assessments™, the most up-to-date tests BJU Press offers, so that students can be assessed fairly and precisely using the same content and full-color visuals found in the paper-pencil format. The group nature of online testing requires students to move within the allotted time for each subtest. See our testing schedule for details on how much time students have for each subtest.
Iowa Assessments measure students' knowledge and reasoning in specific academic subjects. The publisher designed these tests to help parents and schools ensure students are keeping up with their peers.
The Cognitive Abilities Test™ (CogAT) Form 7 measures student thinking skills. The publisher designed this test to show how children learn (through Verbal, Non-Verbal, and Quantitative subtests) and to compare students' ability to their achievement (recommended once every 2–3 years). The CogAT also offers an ability profile to help with interpretation and sharpening student skills. This option is available only when a student also takes the Iowa Assessments achievement test.
You may review our Online Testing User Agreement before ordering and signing.