Idaho Tests

Welcome to the Idaho tests page, with resources on tests and testing services in Idaho in such areas as academic tests, professional licensing exams and driver's tests.

Academic Tests

Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) - All students are required to take the ISAT in grades 3-8 and in grade 10. Students are tested in language arts and mathematics each year. In addition, they are also tested in science in grades 5, 7 and 10. All test questions are multiple choice.

Professional Tests

Idaho Massage Therapist Licensing - Find information on what is required to become a licensed massage therapist in Idaho.

Idaho Plumbing Exams and Licensure - Find information on testing and licensing requirements to become  a plumber in Idaho.

Idaho Barbers Testing and Licensing - Idaho requires all barbers to pass a licensing examination. The three-part exam contains a written section, a practical section and a section on state laws. The first and last sections are multiple choice, while the practical requires a candidate to demonstrate his or her skills.

Idaho Pesticide Applicators Exams and Licensure - All pesticide applicators are required to pass a licensing exam developed by the Idaho State Department of Agriculture. The test is a closed book test and a score of 70% or more is required to pass.

Idaho Real Estate Agents Testing and Licensing - Real estate agents must pass a licensing exam after they have completed a pre-licensing course. The computer-based test is administered by a testing service. It is a multiple choice test with 140 questions. The fee to take the exam is $85.

Driver's Tests

Idaho Driving Tests - Applicants for a driver's license must pass a written test, a vision screening and a road test to obtain a license. Those under the age of 17 must provide proof that they have completed a driver's education course. New residents must take only the vision and written tests.

Idaho Commerical Driving Tests - Applicants for a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) must pass a written test and a road skills test. A separate knowledge test is required for each vehicle class and endorsement. The skills test takes approximates three hours and includes a pre-trip inspection, a basic control test and an on-road driving test.

Idaho Motorcycle Tests - Drivers who wish to obtain a motorcycle license in Idaho must pass a motorcycle knowledge test and a road skills test. Applicants under the age of 21 must also take a motorcycle rider training course. New residents with an out-of-state license only have to take the written test.