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Free ILEARN Diagnostic Test

Measure Your Student’s ILEARN Test Readiness In 5 Minutes

Identify critical proficiency gaps in Math & ELA Standards

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Familiarize students with new item types for ILEARN 2021-22

Eliminates test anxiety and boosts student confidence with access to the realistic ILEARN testing environment

ILEARN Practice Test & Sample Questions for Grades 3-8 and High School

FREE Indiana Standards Assessments (ILEARN) practice tests and sample questions for Math and English Language Arts. Updated for 2021 - 2022 ILEARN assessment practice. Includes standards-aligned tech-enhanced questions that mirror English Language Arts ILEARN, Mathematics ILEARN, and End-of-Course (EOC) testing items. Try it now!

Lumos ILEARN Assessment Practice resources were developed by expert teachers for students in Grades 2 through High School. Hundreds of grade-specific questions in both Math and English Language Arts Literacy are designed to familiarize students with the learning standards such as Mathematics Indiana Standards (MAFS), Language Arts Indiana Standards (LAFS) and new item types included in the ILEARN assessments of 2021 - 2022.

Students will get instant feedback along with diagnostic reports. The resources included here are a part of the Lumos SkillBuilder and ILEARN Practice Program. It is ideal for diagnosing student learning difficulties, intervention, remedial programs, and standardized test preparation.


Resources To Help Students Succeed On ILEARN

Frequently Asked Questions

The test window for ILEARN for the year 2022 is as follows:
The ILEARN testing window for 2022 is between is April 18 – May 13, 2022

The session details for ILEARN is as follows:
The ILEARN has one Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) and One Performance Task (PT) in Math.
In ELA, there is one Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) and One Performance Task (PT) which has 2 segments.

    All ILEARN assessments are untimed and students should be allowed to complete each test segment at their own pace. The number and type of content area test segments, as well as average testing time ranges is as follows:
    Grade 3 and 4: 70 to 100 minutes
    Grade 5: 80 to 110 minutes
    Grade 6: 90 to 120 minutes
    Grade 7: 90 to 125 minutes
    Grade 8: 85 to 125 minutes

    Grade 3: 35 to 55 minutes
    Grade 4: 25 to 40 minutes
    Grade 5: 30 to 40 minutes
    Grade 6: 30 to 50 minutes
    Grade 7: 20 to 30 minutes
    Grade 8: 35 to 55 minutes

    Grade 3: 90 to 125 minutes
    Grade 4-6: 90 to 130 minutes
    Grade 7: 80 to 110 minutes
    Grade 8: 75 to 100 minutes

    Grade 3: 90 to 135 minutes
    Grade 4: 90 to 140 minutes
    Grade 5: 85 to 130 minutes
    Grade 6: 90 to 140 minutes
    Grade 7: 90 to 130 minutes
    Grade 8: 80 to 130 minutes

    The question types in ILEARN include:

    1. Selected Response questions such as multiple-choice, multi-select, matching tables, evidence-based selected response, editing task choice, and hot text.
    2. Machine Scored Constructed Response (MSCR) questions such as graphic response or grid item, natural language, and editing task.
    3. Hand Scored Constructed Response (HSCR) questions such as Short answer (2 point rubric) and Extended Constructed Response.

    The performance levels for ILEARN are as follows:

  • LEVEL 1: Below Proficiency
  • LEVEL 2: Approaching Proficiency
  • LEVEL 3: At Proficiency
  • LEVEL 4: Above Proficiency