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Be prepared to spend some money to purchase a test! Prices run from $25 to $100 or more for a single test.
Find the Publisher's Contact Information
If you know the exact title of the test, a quick way to find the publisher's contact information is to do a Google search using the title of the test. Otherwise, you can check these sources:
these books don't have tests in them;
list and describe tests and give you contact information for the publisher.
The Educational Testing Service's TestLink contains a test collection.
To purchase a test from a publisher:
- On the Basic Search screen, type a test title or a topic and press the Enter key.
- At the results list, click on the test title to see more information about the test.
- Look for the field called "Availability."
- If you see the publisher's name and address, you can order the test for purchase.
- NOTE: you may see a citation to a journal or a TC call number, in which case, you could get it for free. Ask a librarian!
To purchase a downloadable test:
- On the Advanced Search screen, type a test title or a topic.
- On the next line, change the drop-down box to "Order Information"
- Type the word downloadable in the search box.
- All the results can be downloaded from the ETS database.
- Cost for download: approximately $25.
You can get the downloadable tests for the years 1987-2004 on microfiche for free.