﻿ Sample IAAT (Iowa Algebra Achievement Test) Test 1: Interpreting Mathematical Information

## 5 Sample Questions

• A. 10
• B. 5
• C. 12
• D. 7

### Which item was the most popular?

• A. Cheeseburgers
• B. Pickles
• C. Corndogs
• D. Cotton candy

• A. Wednesday
• B. Thursday
• C. Friday
• D. Saturday

### Next year, the booth will only sell three items. Which item should they stop selling?

• A. Pickles
• B. Cheeseburgers
• C. Cotton candy
• D. Corn dogs

• A. 28
• B. 33
• C. 38
• D. 41

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Test 3 measures whether students know the symbols used in algebra and algebraic equations. This will include variables, integers, order of operations, and more. This section also tests understanding of how changes in one variable may change other variables in the equation. A sample question is given above. Study it carefully before beginning the test. Once you click start, you will have 10 minutes to complete the 15 questions. Please maximize your screen to see all graphs and tables. To pass the IAAT, you must get 91% of the questions from all 4 tests correct. For one test, your goal is to get 14 questions correct. Remember to read carefully. * This test is a sample test based upon questions on prior IAAT tests. The sample questions were checked by students that took the IAAT tests in 2017 for similarity and accuracy. That being said, we cannot promise that your test will look exactly like this test, nor that particular types of questions will or will not appear on the test. This is simply meant to help you practice with similar questions under a similar testing environment to the IAATs. We are not the makers of the test; we are just trying to help students with a cost-effective sample test.

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##### Sample IAAT (Iowa Algebra Achievement Test) Test 4...

Test 4 measures whether students know the concepts behind algebra and can solve problems (often word problems) using equations expressions.​ A sample question is given above. Study it carefully before beginning the test. Once you click start, you will have 10 minutes to complete the 15 questions. Please maximize your screen to see all graphs and tables. To pass the IAAT, you must get 91% of the questions from all 4 tests correct. For one test, your goal is to get 14 questions correct. Remember to read carefully. * This test is a sample test based upon questions on prior IAAT tests. The sample questions were checked by students that took the IAAT tests in 2017 for similarity and accuracy. That being said, we cannot promise that your test will look exactly like this test, nor that particular types of questions will or will not appear on the test. This is simply meant to help you practice with similar questions under a similar testing environment to the IAATs. We are not the makers of the test; we are only trying to help students with a cost-effective sample test.

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##### Sample IAAT (Iowa Algebra Achievement Test) Test 2...

Test 2 measures whether students can determine the relationship between numbers. This may ask for a pattern, a formula, or an equation. The information may be in a word problem, number line, or table. A sample question is given above. Study it carefully before beginning the test. Once you click start, you will have 10 minutes to complete the 15 questions. Please maximize your screen to see all graphs and tables. To pass the IAAT, you must get 91% of the questions from all 4 tests correct. For one test, your goal is to get 14 questions correct. Remember to read carefully. * This test is a sample test based upon questions on prior IAAT tests. The sample questions were checked by students that took the IAAT tests in 2017 for similarity and accuracy. That being said, we cannot promise that your test will look exactly like this test, nor that particular types of questions will or will not appear on the test. This is simply meant to help you practice with similar questions under a similar testing environment to the IAATs. We are not the makers of the test; we are just trying to help students with a cost-effective sample test.

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