End of the year test
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    Default End of the year test

    Hi,I am new to the homeschooling program. We enjoy it but sometimes it is frustrating especially if I could not do much teaching ,I worked full time and I do night shifts. Thank God I enrolled my 7 year old daughter in time4 learning ,that was a relief at least. My concerned now is the end of the year test,shall I give it to her by myself or do I need to purchased a test ?

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    You can do either one.

    Here is an online version of the CAT: Christianlibertypress.com: Purchase achievement tests, placement tests, online testing and recomenndation services for home school families
    Here is another place you can order one: Seton Testing Services

    Depending on where you are located, there may be other options. Here in Charlotte, there are group testing options and Woodcock Johnson testers.

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    We do the Woodcock Johnson tests at the end of the year, I like the fact that it allows them to go as far as they can and I don't have to do it!!
    BUT like Karen says there are several that are free and that you can do yourself.
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    I didn't mean to be misleading. The two CAT links I gave each cost $25 per test. LIke Pandahoneybee, I use a Woodcock Johnson test for my son that I use T4L for. I like it because he is at different levels in different subjects. The person that I use charges $70. The CAT tests will fulfill your legal requirements for the annual homeschool testing but it will not give you much useful info IMHO.

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