Standardized tests are one of the ways to fulfill the annual assessment requirement. Numerous standardized tests are available and each have different administration requirements, fees, and  scoring turn-around times. Some, but not all, are aligned with Common Core Standards. Students are expected to achieve a composite score at or above the 40th percentile per RSA 193-A. As of 2012 annual assessments are not required to be submitted to the Participating Agency, but results should be kept with the student's records for a minimum of two years.

Home educators may chose from a number of standardized tests such as Basic Achievement Skills Inventory (SASI), the California Achievement Test (CAT), the Stanford Test, the Iowa Basic Skills Test (ITBS), the Personalized Achievement Summary System (PASS), the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), the TerraNova, and others. Many of these tests may be administered at home by parents, but others may require a qualified teacher or proctor. Consult the providers' website for more information. Parents need to reserve the exam in advance for a specific time period and return it by a particular date.

Below is a list of some, but not all, of the various providers; more can be found online. This is not an endorsement or recommendation of any particular test or provider.


A Beka Testing



Academic Excellence



Affordable Homeschool Testing Services, LLC


Bayside School Services

800-723-3057, 252-441-5351


BJU Press

800-845-5731, 864-770-1317


Brewer Testing Services



Christian Liberty

800-348-0899, 847-385-2029


Crosspointe Educational Services

888-713-1249, 919-341-1552


Family Learning Organization

800-405-8378, 509-467-2552


Hewitt Homeschooling Resources



Let's Go Learn



Piedmont Education Services



Royal Academy Education



Seton Testing Service

800-542-1066, 540-636-1250


Thurber's Educational Assessments, LLC

877-418-8232, 919-967-5282


Triangle Education Assessments

877-843-8837, 919-387-7004


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