Try out the following processes if you know the name of the test you want, but you don't have the full test instrument.
Some full text instruments are available for free: See the "Tests that are available for free online" section for more details.
Most tests, unfortunately, are not available for free online. However, some can be found in published books. These books may be in the Ball State Libraries or may be Interlibrary Loaned from other universities. Take a look at the resources below to find out how to look up your test.
The University of Texas Arlington has put together a helpful online resource where you can look up your test and find out if it has been published in a book.
Now you will need to find the book that has the test instrument. You'll check to see if Ball State has the book. If not, you can Interlibrary loan request the item to be sent from another library.
In the TMdb, in the listing of the book you want, you will see the phrase "FIND THIS BOOK IN A LIBRARY NEAR YOU"
There is a small box that comes up that asks if you would like to “Go to ballstateuniversitylibrary.on.worldcat.org.” or “Stay on www.worldcat.org.” Important: Select “Stay on www.worldcat.org” and click on Continue.
If you do not see Ball State first on the list of Libraries under "Find a copy in the library," Ball State does not have the book.
If Ball State does not have the book, you will need to click on "Request via interlibrary loan"
You will be taken to BSU's Interlibrary Loan system.
If you’ve never done a request before, sign in and fill out the registration form. You’ll then be taken to a page where you see a book request filled out. Select the options you want and then click on Submit.
The book should be delivered to the pickup library you chose in 1-2 weeks.
If BSU does have the book:
Click on MultiLink BSU
Get the location information and come to the library to get the book