We propose a scheme for entangled state measurement at flux qubits (quantum bits) depending on the sensitivity measurement of a DC-SQUID (Superconducting QUantum Interference Device). The DC-SQUID is used as a flux qubit readout device. The switching current distribution of a DC-SQUID is sufficiently narrow to distinguish between two ground states of three Josephson junction qubits with a large mutual inductance between a qubit and the DC-SQUID. But discrimination between two ground states becomes difficult with the smaller mutual inductance that is preferable as regards of qubit coherence. However, we can employ averaging to increase the effective sensitivity. And we found that Bell-pair measurement can be performed with flux qubits to prove the existence of an entangled state over two qubits.