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Local testers for the Woodcock Johnson III Tests of Achievement (WJ-III)

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The WJ-III ACH is a standardized, nationally norm-referenced achievement test and is individually administered by a trained examiner. It is a revised and expanded version of the WJ-R. The norming process was based on 2005 results which included over 8000 individuals, ages 2 to 90 years old, including undergraduate and graduate students. The test is oral in format and almost conversational in tone. The WJ-III Standard has 5 subtests and takes 60 to 90 minutes to administer, but the exam is not timed. The WJ-III Extended takes 1½ to 2½ hours to administer. The Extended test has 9 or 10 subtests, depending on whether you wish to add the Academic Knowledge section, with three of the sections timed to measure fluency in Reading, Math, & Writing. The WJ-III ACH, in any version, can be administered year round and will assess K-Graduate grade level achievement.

Visit Minnesota Homeschoolers' Alliance for complete information on Minnesota's Annual Testing Requirement for Homeschoolers.