Take The Test

Take The Test

You are about to put yourself in your students' shoes!

This one-minute parent-oriented standardized test will demonstrate how your student is very likely not achieving the ACT or SAT score of which they are capable.

Question 1: On July 4th, 1776 the President of the Continental Congress, Thomas Jefferson, signed the Declaration of Independence along with 55 other men. The Revolutionary War ensued and lasted until 1783, ending with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. It wasn’t until 1789 that a president was elected. Who was elected as the first President of the United States?


  • Benedict Arnold

  • Paul Revere

  • George Washington

  • King George III

Question 2: Billy stepped outside of his house on a bright, clear summer afternoon. He started walking toward his grade school when he looked toward the sky and was taken with the spectacular show of nature’s beauty. Of the colors listed, which is most likely to have been the predominant hue seen by Billy:


  • Blue

  • Brown

  • White

  • Orange

Question 3: Elvis Presley is one of the most famous American icons of all time. He was born on January 8th, 1935 and died on August 16th, 1977. There are many museums and monuments throughout the United Stated dedicated to Mr Presley and his life. They celebrate his occupation as well as his charisma, charm and striking good looks. Which of the four choices below most accurately describes the aforementioned topic of celebration?


  • His mansion in Memphis, Tennessee

  • His mansion in Tupelo, Mississippi

  • One of his most poplular songs, Jailhouse Rock

  • His career as an iconic entertainer

Question 4: Allison knew her ABC’s by the time she was 5 years old. She could count to 10 well before that. Not only was Allison able to recite the alphabet, but she could accurately state how many letters were contained within. She could also correctly state the number of vowels in the alphabet. When asked about the former, what would she respond?


  • 26

  • 5

  • 27

  • None of the Above

Question 5: In a spelling bee Johnny was asked to correctly identify, and then spell, the southernmost state in the United States that starts with an F, the westernmost state in the 48 contiguous United States that starts with a C, The island state that starts with an H, the northernmost state in the United States that starts with an A and the easternmost state in the United States that starts with a G. When asked about the westernmost state, which state did Johnny correctly identify and then spell?


  • Georgia

  • Hawaii

  • Florida

  • California

Question 6: Josh and Ashley are in the produce section of the grocery store with an empty bag. They are gathering supplies to make caramel apples to serve at their Halloween party later that week. Three of Josh’s friends prefer red apples and two of his friends prefer green apples. Four of Ashley’s friends prefer red apples while three of her friends prefer green apples. If Josh and Ashley are to serve each of their friends their favorite apple, how many red apples will they need?


  • 4

  • 5

  • 6

  • None of the Above

Did your personal score on this test
reflect your level of education? Or
was it more indicative of your reading speed?