State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR)
Spring 2018

The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR tests) are standardized tests taken by most Texas public school students in spring of each year during grades 3-12. This page contains the actual 2018 released tests, answer keys, and likely reasons students choose the correct or incorrect answers. (STAAR tests for 2019 have not yet been made public.)

Looking for information about your child's scores results?
Check out the Texas STAAR Student Portal.

For each subject and grade level, we have put the test, the answer key, and likely reasons students choose the correct or incorrect answers into one package, so you don't have to hunt all the pieces down one-by-one.

These files are compiled from public information made available by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), the state agency that administers the testing program. The files are also available separately on the TEA web site, where you will also find much additional information about Texas schools.

The Texas Education Agency also provides a web site about the STARR tests with help for parents and educators. Click here for this helpful site.

If you would like to see how any public or charter school in Texas performed on recent TAKS tests, click here. Sorry, but there is no similar comparative measure for private schools.

Each file contains: Be sure to read the copyright notice on the cover page.

Download STAAR Grade Level Tests:
(Grades 3-8)

3rd Grade:  Reading Math
3rd Grade Spanish:  Lectura Matemáticas

4th Grade:  Reading Math Writing
4th Grade Spanish:  Lectura Matemáticas Escritura

5th Grade:  Reading Math Science
5th Grade Spanish:  Lectura Matemáticas Ciencias

6th Grade:  Reading Math

7th Grade:  Reading Math Writing

8th Grade:  Reading Math Science Social Studies

Download STAAR End-of-Course Tests
(High School)

English Language Arts:  English 1 English 2

Math:  Algebra 1

Science:  Biology

Social Studies:  U.S. History

What are your rights as a parent of a Texas public school child?
Read the Texas Parents' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.


This information provided as a public service
by former State Representative Scott Hochberg.

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All content copyright 2019 Scott Hochberg