Iowa Test 7th Grade Sample Questions
If you and your child have wondered what kinds of questions will appear on the 7th grade ITBS, below are some examples! These sample questions should provide you with a better idea of the quantitative and qualitative skills that your child should focus on and demonstrate during the exam. Each practice question will reflect a specific subtest that your child will come across.
As you are going through the practice questions, you will observe that each test level within the ITBS consists of a series of subtests that fall under specific content sections. Sections in the ITBS for third to eighth grade (levels 9-14) include:
- Vocabulary test
- Word Analysis (3rd grade, level 9 only)
- Listening (3rd grade, level 9 only)
- Reading/Reading Comprehension
- Spelling, Capitalization, Punctuation, Usage and Expression
- Mathematics Concepts and Estimation, Problem Solving, Date Interpretation, Computation and Social Studies
- Sources of Information (Maps, Diagrams, Reference Materials)
1.) Language (Spelling)
Parent say to your child: For this section, each question will have a list of words. If one o the words is spelled wrong, fill in the circle next to that word. If none of the words are spelled wrong, fill in the last circle that says “no error”.
Parent say to your child: “This test will measure how well you understand math.
How many times is the value of the underlined digit greater than the value of the digit to its right in the number below?
3.) Language (Capitalization)
Parent say to your child: For this next group of questions, read the first 3 lines to yourself. You will notice that there may be a mistake in capitalization. If there is a mistake, mark the circle in front of the line that contains the capitalization mistake. If there is not a mistake, fill in the circle that reads “no errors.”
I enjoy my World War II class a lot. Mr. Bronson
spends a lot of time having us discuss
the different strategies the Generals used.
What is the value of ?
d) 50, 000
5.) Reading Comprehension
Parent say to your child: “This test will measure how well you understand what you read. There are 5 passages for you to read. Each is followed by questions about the piece you just read. Choose the answer you think is best.
Which dictionary definition best matches the use of repair in the following sentence?
‘…and lest a new mischance should overtake us here, we should go away together, and repair to a foreign country.’
a) to restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken
b) to make good: compensate for
c) to betake oneself: go
d) to come together: rally
1.) 4, Periscope
3.) 3, Generals