Reading comprehension quizzes appear on MrNussbaum.com, SoftSchools.com, TeacherNeedHelp.com, TestPrepReview.com and MajorTests.com. The first three websites offer elementary-level quizzes, while the assessments from Test Prep Review and MajorTests.com are similar to the reading comprehension section of the SAT. All of the quizzes are freely accessible.
Mr. Nussbaum has an extensive selection of interactive reading comprehension quizzes for grades two through five. Each test includes a short reading passage and a series of multiple-choice questions that show correct answers as soon as the user selects an answer.
At SoftSchools.com, students can practice story sequences, challenge themselves with contextual clues and assess their ability to draw conclusions with several online reading comprehension quizzes. A score appears as soon as the user completes the test.
TeacherNeedHelp.com has nearly two years of daily reading comprehension quizzes posted online for public use. Most of the tests feature a short, informational paragraph with four questions. These quizzes are not interactive, but an answer key appears at the bottom of each page.
TestPrepReview.com also offers a non-interactive test. Students can answer the 45-question reading comprehension quiz on paper and then compare their selections with the provided answer key. The test is divided into nine sections and explanations come with the answer key.
MajorTests.com has several SAT reading comprehension practice tests. The timed quizzes show scores upon completion and explanations appear along with the score.