Kansas Tests

Welcome to the Kansas tests page, with resources on tests and testing services in Kansas in such areas as academic tests, professional licensing exams and driving tests.

Academic Tests

Kansas Math and Reading Assessment - Kansas students have to take a Mathematics Assessment and a Reading Assessment each year in grades 3-8. They must also take a Writing Assessment in grades 5 and 8 and a Science Assessment in grades 4 and 8. All tests must also be taken once during high school.

Professional Tests

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

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

Kansas Real Estate Agents Testing and Licensing - Real estate agents are required to take a licensing examination after they have completed their schooling. The computer-based test is administered by a third party and results are available immediately. The 110 questions are multiple choice and candidates have four hours to finish the test. The fee is $75.

Kansas Cosmetologists Exams and Licensing - Kansas cosmetologists must pass both a written exam and a practical. The written exam covers theoretical concepts and state laws. The test is taken via computer and has 100 multiple choice questions. Candidates have two hours to finish the test. The practical exam tests a candidate's skills.

Kansas Real Estate Appraisers Testing and Licensing - Real estate appraisers must take the Appraiser Examination in addition to meeting education and experience requirements. The test is computer-based and has 150 multiple choice questions. It lasts approximately six hours.

Kansas Funeral Director Exams and Licensing - Funeral directors in Kansas are required to pass the Kansas Funeral Director Examination to be licensed. The two hour test has 100 questions and a score of 75 percent or higher is required to pass. The exam covers laws, regulations, psychology, sociology, accounting and more.

Driver's Tests

Kansas Driving Tests - Kansas requires all drivers to pass a vision screening, a written test and a road test in order to become licensed. Those under the age of 18 must go through a Graduated Licensing Program.

Kansas Commercial Driving Test - Applicants for a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) must pass a knowledge exam and a road skills test before they can receive their CDL. A separate knowledge test is required for each endorsement. They must also pass a medical exam.

Kansas Motorcycle Test - Drivers who want to obtain a motorcycle license must first pass a vision screening and a written test to obtain a Class M Motorcycle Permit. After an applicant has the permit he or she may take the road skills test and obtain a full Class M license.