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Iowa Assessments (ITBS) Math Pack Level 9

Help your 3rd grader prepare for the Iowa Assessments (ITBS) math test with TestPrep-Online’s practice pack. This product includes two full-length computation and math tests to ensure your child is all set for test day.

 
The pack includes:
  • 382 total questions, comprised of: 
    • Two full-length computation and math tests
    • Additional practice questions
  • Thorough explanations
  • Helpful, child-friendly solving tips, per question type
  • Score reports to track your child's progress
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To succeed on the Iowa Assessments, it is important to set aside time and practice. TestPrep-Online provides top-notch material that has been compiled by a group of experts in the field to ensure that your 3rd grader is getting the most authentic test preparation. With our 3rd grade Math pack, you can rest assured that your child will arrive at test day feeling confident and ready to succeed. 

About The Iowa Assessments (ITBS) for 3rd Grade

The Iowa Assessments for 3rd Grade is administered as Level 9. Though this is still one of the earlier levels of the test, much of the test's content and format is similar to Levels 10–14 (grades 4–8). The Iowa Assessments Level 9 is a standardized test that has been used on thousands of third graders in the past to track student progress.

The Iowa Assessments Level 9 Math subtest is made up of a Math section and a Computation section. Each section is administered as its own timed subtest spanning approximately 30 minutes. Each section follows certain standards of domains set forth by the Iowa's Core Curriculum. These standards are aimed at tracking student progress throughout students' grade school years. Students generally take the test using paper and pen, and they are also permitted to use scrap paper.

Level 9 Math

The Iowa Assessments Math Level 9 test includes question types that utilize both stimulus and discrete items, as well as question types that encompass items from all domains. The Math subtest is made up of 50 questions ranging across the following areas:
  • Number sense and operations
  • Algebraic patterns and connections
  • Data analysis, probability, and statistics
  • Geometry
  • Measurement

Like all of the Iowa Assessments subtests, the Math subtest measures three levels of thinking: essential competencies, conceptual understanding, and extended reasoning. The majority of the questions on the Math subtest for Level 9 assess conceptual understanding, but the other two cognitive levels are measured as well. Students are permitted the use of a calculator.

Level 9 Computation

As opposed to the Math subtest, the Computation subtest does not define questions by cognitive levels. The Computation subtest for Level 9 assesses students across the following question types:
  • Computation with whole numbers
  • Computation with fractions
  • Computation with decimals
The Computation subtest for Level 9 is comprised of 25 questions. Unlike on the Math subtest, students are not permitted to use calculators on the Computation subtest.

How to Prepare

With TestPrep-Online's practice packs, you can make sure your 3rd grader is fully prepared for test day. In addition to our comprehensive Iowa Assessments Math Level 9 practice pack, we offer a complete Level 9 Core Practice Pack. It includes practice tests, answer guides, tips, and more to ensure your 3rd grader is ready for all the Level 9 Core subtests. Check out our free samples and practice questions to ensure your child arrives to test day feeling confident and prepared.

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