The PDFs linked below are from the former Assessment Strategies and Reading Profiles (ASRP) section of the LINCs site. While the section was decommissioned in 2019, the PDFs can be helpful as reading diagnostic assessments.
Introduction from the former site:
"Assessment Strategies and Reading Profiles (ASRP) provide[d] research-based assessment strategies to improve reading instruction for Adult Basic Education (ABE) and Adult Secondary Education (ASE) learners. This website was designed in 2002 by the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL), with funding from the National Institute for Literacy, and was revised in 2009....
The ARCS was designed to provide useful portraits for both practitioners and policy makers of the various types or clusters of readers enrolled in US adult basic education programs, including both native speakers and those in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes. For the study, 955 randomly selected learners (676 ABE and 279 ESOL) were interviewed and assessed at learning centers in Texas, Tennessee, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. They were given a battery of reading and language assessments to determine their instructional needs. Over half of this testing was done by local ABE and ESOL practitioners who were trained to administer the battery and conduct the interviews in a uniform manner."