The THEA Test consists of three sections: Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. Each section of the THEA Test is designed to measure a student’s academic skill against an established standard of competence. A student’s score on each section of the test is based on his or her performance in relation to the skills being tested. Scores are not related to how well other students have performed on the same section.
Where to Take the Test?
The THEA IBT is available at certain institutions.
Prior to beginning the registration process, you must contact the institution where you would like to test to confirm your ability to test there.
For a list of institutions where you may test, see Test Sites.