IPDAE TABE® ASSISTANCE CENTER

Your Access to Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Assistance for Adult Educators

TABE® FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

TABE® is used to measure basic academic skills commonly found in adult education curricula taught in high school and adult instructional programs. TABE® also is used to give insight on performance for high school equivalency (HSE) tests.
Yes, TABE® is a diagnostic test used to determine a person's skill levels and aptitudes.
There's no such thing as passing or failing the TABE® test, your score can determine your eligibility for many programs that can have a positive effect on your life situation.
Go to the offical TABE® website at tabetest.com.
You must completed and pass the TABE® 11/12 Certification module that is available at the IPDAE E-TRAINING center. This module is only taken once.
You must completed and pass the TABE 11/12 Re-Certification module that is available at the IPDAE E-TRAINING center. This module is required to be taken annually for Department of Corrections (DOC) administrators.
You can view a "How To" document that will explain and illustrate step-by-step how to access Certificates of Completion for completed IPDAE e-Trainings. View the "How To" Document.
We expect the reading IISPs to be released mid-summer 2020.
We expect the math IISPs to be released by end of summer 2020.

RESOURCES & TOOLS

TABE related resources and planning tools.

INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL STUDENT PLANS (IISP)

The IISPs are form entry PDF documents that provide adult educators with a template that identifies tested content by TABE® level to facilitate the selection of aligned instructional resources to support non-mastered content. The fillable format makes this a live document for ongoing monitoring and recording of student mastery.

Download the TABE 11/12: Determining a Student's Next Test Assignment (NTA) guide to assist with selecting the appropriate IISPs.


ASK A TABE® ADVISOR

Ask your TABE®-related question and receive a response from a TABE® advisor within 72 hours.