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About Us is the brainchild of three junior high school teachers who worked in the Boise School District in Boise, Idaho, Rob Blaine, Brian Hunicke, and Paul Zimmerebner.  After No Child Left Behind was introduced, the pressure to bring every student to a proficient level increased dramatically. is designed as a free tool to help students increase their scores by becoming familiar and comfortable with standardized online testing.  Being teachers, Rob, Brian, and Paul knew that teachers do not have extra money to spend on expensive online testing sites, so they made free for anyone in the world to use.  

Many of the questions are the result of hundreds of hours of work by Rob, Brian, and Paul.  Other questions are from individuals, and the Jerome School District.  The questions are all free, merely converted free and donated questions into an interactive medium.  Due to the number of questions and tests on the site it is a tedious and difficult task to find all the mistakes made by teachers submitting questions. is constantly working to correct any mistakes, but keep in mind that this site is designed to gather as many questions as possible from teachers around the world.  Also keep in mind that mistakes will happen when you do not pay for questions.  If you find a mistake or a copyright infringement please contact us (click here
) and the mistake will be fixed as soon as possible. If you find a copyright infringement please send a copy of the original or URL link so that we may make sure that there is indeed an issue.

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