Homeschooling testing options

Georgia law requires homeschoolers to test in 3rd grade, 6th grade, 9th grade and 12th grade. You do not have to send the results to the state but they are required to be in your files.  

Most online testing services do not require you to have a bachelor's degree. Most at home tests do. The exceptions to this is Homeschool Testing Services (which is Classical Conversations's testing service) for the Stanford 10 and Hewitt Homeschool's  PASS test.  Iowa Form A and CogAT are being retired this year but you can still purchase them until July. The newer tests for Iowa and CogAT are currently only available for school purchase. Another test that some homeschoolers take is the California Achievement Test (CAT). It is also available online or paper test. The online test does appear to be slightly cheaper at only $25.00 (

In Person - 
CC Homeschool Testing Services - Momentum Church - Woodstock GA - May 13th and 14th from 9 AM - 1 PM - All levels - Cost is $50.00. Next closest one is Cumming GA -

Stanford 10 Online Testing 
Abeka - - No bachelor's degree required - 2.75–5.5 hours over 5 days depending on full or abbreviated battery; $35 

Seton -    - No bachelor's degree required, 2 day test, cost is $40.00 for grades 3 - 12.  

Paper Tests 

-- Abeka -Iowa and Stanford tests available - Iowa is timed; Stanford is not; Bachelor's degree required; -  -  Stanford 10 and Iowa A  are $35 for 3rd grade and $25 for 6th grade if you don't combine with OLSAT or CogAT

-- Homeschool Testing Services (CC) - Stanford 10 - Bachelors Degree NOT required.  Cost is $44.00 for K-12 

-- Hewitt Homeschooling - PASS test - $38 for one test, $35 for 2-9 tests.  Recognized in GA.  No bachelor's degree required.

-- BJU Press -  Stanford 10; Bachelor's Degree required;  $35 for 3rd grade and $25 for 6th grade if you don't combine with OLSAT. Also have Iowa tests, CogAT, OLSAT.