Multiple Choice Tests for 4th Grade Students: Test Prep Info

When your child is preparing for a multiple-choice test in the 4th grade, he or she can study the material and then complete practice problems. Keep reading for a number of websites that can help your 4th grader prepare for these exams with practice problems and other helpful resources.

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Standardized Test Help from EDinformatics

Since there's a fair chance that your child will have to take a state-mandated multiple-choice standardized test, you may want to review the format of such an exam in advance with your child. At EDinformatics, you can find practice standardized tests from every state. This is useful because most states test 4th graders on the same subjects (math and reading), so you can find a variety of tests that will prepare your child.

EDinformatics also has practice tests and sample questions that your child can complete online. These questions are graded instantly, so you can assess your child's strengths and weaknesses quickly.

Released Exams from the Texas Education Agency

Because core education standards for the 4th grade tend to be very similar from state to state, the released exams from the Texas Education Agency can probably help your child prepare for a variety of multiple-choice tests, including standardized exams. The state of Texas releases new exams every three years that can be easily viewed in your browser or downloaded as PDF files. The 2009 released tests are available in English and Spanish. Answer keys are also available.

Multiple-Choice Quizzes from Quiz-Tree

Quiz-Tree offers free multiple-choice quizzes covering a number of subjects, including math, English/language arts, science, social studies, world languages, music and more. First, you'll select the subject that you want your 4th grader to take a quiz on and then choose from a number of subcategories. For example, the math section contains quizzes for fractions, decimals, divisibility and elementary math. If you select elementary math, you'll be taken to a page where you can select a specific multiple-choice quiz topic for your child from more than 20 choices. To access some of the resources, you may have to become a member; however, registration is completely free.

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