(ii) The test shall be administered in accordance with one of the following options, to be selected by the parents:
(b) at a registered nonpublic school, by its professional staff; provided that the consent of the chief school officer of the nonpublic school is obtained; or
(c) at a nonregistered nonpublic school, by its professional staff; provided that the consent of the superintendent of schools of the school district and of the chief school officer of the nonpublic school is obtained; or
(d) at the parents' home or at any other reasonable location, by a New York State certified teacher or by another qualified person, provided that the superintendent has consented to having said certified teacher or other person administer the test;
(iii) The test shall be scored by the persons administering the test or by other persons who are mutually agreeable to the parents and the superintendent of schools.
(iv) The test shall be provided by the school district upon request by the parent, provided that the cost of any testing facilities, transportation, and/or personnel for testing conducted at a location other than the public school shall be borne by the parent.
(v) If a score on a test is determined to be inadequate, the program shall be placed on probation pursuant to subdivision (i) of this section. A student's score shall be deemed adequate if:
(ii) the student's score reflects one academic year of growth as compared to a test administered during or subsequent to the prior school year.
(ii) for grades four through eight a written narrative prepared by a person specified in subparagraph (ili) of this paragraph. This alternative form of evaluation may be used