## What kind of math is on Tabe test?

The TABE test has two mathematical sections, Math Computation and Applied Math, which allow the use of a calculator in the Applied Math section. The TABE math test does not assess computational skills. What matters in this test is what solution you use to solve a problem and how you do it.

## Can you take a TABE test online?

TABE Online makes it easy to schedule and manage testing, no matter what your needs are: Flexible Administration—You can give online tests to a single student or an entire group. The online system automatically scores the assessments and rapidly generates reports so you will have a clear picture of skill levels.

**Do you get a calculator on the TABE test?**

There are two sections of math on the TABE exam; Math Computation and Applied Math. You are allowed to use a calculator only on the Applied Math portion of the exam.

### What is a good TABE test score?

TABE Test Scoring A score of 392 to 490 indicates understanding similar to a second grader to a fourth grader. Earning a score of 491 to 523 indicates you know as much on the subject as a fourth to sixth grade student.

### What if you fail the TABE test?

If you are unsuccessful in one part of the TABE, you are only required to retake that particular section of the exam. For example, if you pass English and reading but do not pass math, you only have to retake the math portion.

**Where to take TABE Test?**

The TABE can be administered on local intranet, or it may be taken in an online version directly through the internet. It can also be given to students in the traditional paper format. TABE tests encompass levels of difficulty extending from the 1st to the 12th grade.

## What does the TABE Test consist of?

The standard TABE test consists of three basic components: reading, language, and mathematics. The three components are divided into seven sections, which can be seen below: The questions are multiple choice and range in number per section.

## What are the Tabe levels?

The TABE test has five levels: Literacy, Easy, Medium, Difficult, and Advanced. These levels are designated on the test by L, E, M, D, and A. A short “Locator” test is administered prior to the actual TABE testing session to determine which level you should take.

**What is a practice test?**

Practice tests, used in all Smarter Balanced states and territories, are available in grades 3-8 and high school. They are similar in format and structure to the actual test and include about 30 questions. Each state and territory has its own practice test, so be sure to use the one where you live (see the list on the right).