At Homeschool Boss, we provide MAP® testing for homeschoolers. Whether you need a MAP growth test for younger students such as kindergarteners, or older students in the 12th grade, we’ve got you covered. Homeschool Boss carries extensive years of experience in online homeschool testing industry. We are proud providers of the award-winning MAP Growth Test.
There are three levels of MAP® Testing for homeschoolers: MAP Growth K-2, MAP Growth 2-5, and MAP Growth 6+. When you register a child for testing, their appointment will default to the assessment designed for their grade level. Second-grade is recognized as a transitional year for reading, therefore we ask our clients to indicate if their students are pre-readers or readers to determine if they will take the K-2 or 2-5 assessments.
MAP® GrowthTM K-2 mathematics and reading assessments is the NWEA MAP® test for kindergarten through second-grade students. The test is designed for those who are not yet reading independently. Includes audio-support that allows non-readers to test independently. For detailed information see: MAP® GrowthTM K-2 Mathematics Fact Sheet and MAP® GrowthTM K-2 Reading Fact Sheet.
MAP® GrowthTM 2-5 mathematics and reading assessments are designed for second-grade students who are reading independently and third through fifth-grade students. For detailed information see: MAP®GrowthTM 2-5 Mathematics Fact Sheet and MAP® GrowthTM 2-5 Reading Fact Sheet.
MAP® GrowthTM 6+ mathematics and reading assessments are designed for sixth through twelfth-grade students. For detailed information see: MAP® GrowthTM 6+ Mathematics Fact Sheet and MAP®GrowthTM 6+ Reading Fact Sheet.
MAP® GrowthTM 2-12 language usage assessment is an optional addition to the 2-5 and 6+ level mathematics and reading assessments. For detailed information see: MAP® GrowthTM 2-12 Language Usage Fact Sheet.
If you need more information about MAP® testing for homeschoolers and the levels that would be the best fit for your children, please read our transition guidance for gifted and advanced students and email us at [email protected] with any questions.