A number of states have released test questions from their student assessments. Below are links to some of them. In most cases, the questions are in pdf documents. Texas has created a large number of full-length interactive practice tests.
California: Test questions assembled in full-length test forms for a variety of subjects for grades 2 through high school. The questions have been released by the California Department of Education. The files are in pdf format.
Massachusetts: Released MCAS test questions in pdf format. The Massachusetts ESE has also created a database where you can search for MCAS test questions by grade level, topic, and curriculum framework strand.
Minnesota: Item samplers that cover math and reading for a selection of grades from 3 to 12. The samplers are in pdf format.
New York: A huge number of test questions assembled in full-length test forms for a variety of subjects for High School Subjects, including Math, Science, and Hebrew! The tests are the New York Regents Examinations. There are also archived question that date back to the 1998 for some of the math tests. The files are in pdf format.
North Carolina: Released test forms from the 2008-2009 school year for math, reading, and some science in grades 3-8, and high school tests in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, the sciences, and US History. The files are in pdf format.
Texas: Interactive online versions of the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS). The tests assess a variety of subjects for grades 3-11. Students can take the tests online and have them scored to see how they did.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress has a database of
questions for grades 4 and 8. After selecting an item, clicking
on "View Question Detail" presents a printable version of the question.
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