Welcome to the Washington tests page, with resources on tests and testing services in Washington in such areas as academic tests, professional licensing exams and driving tests.
Washington's Measurements of Students Progress (MSP) - The MSP testing program is designed to test the progress of students in grades 3-8. Each April they are tested in math, science, reading and writing. All but the latter are given in multiple choice format, and the state is switching to online testing.
Washington Massage Therapist Exam and Licensing - Find information on how to become a licensed massage therapist in Washington state.
Washington Plumbing Exams and Licensure - Find information on testing and licensing requirements to become a plumber in Washington state.
Washington Appraisers Tests and Licensing - Certified General Appraisers and Certified Residential Appraisers in Washington both have to pass the state's licensing exam. There is a nonrefundable fee for the computerized test. It is administered Monday through Saturday, by appointment only, at eight different testing centers. Both exams are multiple choice and consist of 150 questions.
Washington Driving Tests - Unlicensed adults in Washington must first pass a vision and medical screening before they can take the other tests to become licensed. The second test they must pass is a knowledge test. Once they have passed that test, they can schedule a driving test. Teenagers must take a traffic safety education course.
Washington Commercial Driving Tests - All CDL applicants in the state of Washington have to first pass the general CDL knowledge test. A sample test is available online. Once an applicant has passed the knowledge test, he or she may take the two hour CDL skills test. A medical exam is also required.
Washington Motorcycle Tests - The state of Washington requires all motorcyclists to pass a multiple choice knowledge test on basic motorcycle skills. A separate knowledge test is required for trike and sidecar riders. All applicants must also get a satisfactory score on the riding test to be licensed. Some stations require appointments for the riding test.