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About the CAAT-d

The Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT), which was developed by Creative Organizational Design, is a test designed to appraise an adult’s academic level. Two of the core subjects measured are English and mathematics. The test provides a full image of an adult’s academic level, and determines whether he or she is prepared for a specific position, be it academic or vocational.

CAAT-d Format

When used to apply to academic establishments, the test is completed on-site.
The mathematical and English sections are all presented in multiple-choice, with three to five answer options to choose from.
The level of difficulty on the English section depends on how many years of formal education the test-taker has had:

English Levels Formal Education Time Limit
Level A 1–3 years 2 hours 10 minutes
Level B 4–6 years 3 hours 30 minutes
Level C 7–10 years 4 hours 30 minutes
Level D 11–12+ years 3 hours 30 minutes

CAAT Content

The CAAT is mainly based on abilities in mathematics and English. The English section evaluates ability in writing, reading comprehension, and vocabulary, while the math section measures how well you are able to use mathematical processes. Depending on what version of the math assessment you are taking, the test may present questions focusing on everything from multiplication and division to trigonometry and geometry.

CAAT Scoring

There are two types of scores that are gathered from this test. The first includes the content-referenced scores, and the second includes the norm-referenced scores. The content-referenced score is a raw score and has to do with how many answers the test-taker has gotten correct and how many answers the test-taker has gotten incorrect.

Norm-referenced scores are comparative scores. There are two types of norm-referenced scores: grade equivalence scores, and scaled scores. The grade equivalence scores compare the test-taker’s scores to those of a group of adults tested at a certain period of a certain grade level. The scaled score, meanwhile, provides insight into performance on subtests that apply to all levels. This type of score is often used when transferring from one academic program to another.

How to Study Effectively for the CAAT

When preparing for the CAAT, the key is review. Many of the topics covered are subjects you may have learned in the past but may need to recall. It is important to thoroughly go over these topics, to make sure that everything remains fresh in your mind.

To help you prepare, TestPrep-Online offers practice material designed to help you both learn and recall material that is essential for the test. Once purchased, our practice packs are available anytime, anywhere.

Here are some more tips that can help you prepare better for the CAAT:

  • To improve your English level read as much as possible. Allocate at least 30 minutes a day for reading a book or other reading materials in English.
  • Start preparing for the test enough time before. You will need at least two weeks for proper preparation, but the more time you dedicate – the better!
  • You know yourself the best – on which parts you perform relatively well and which parts require more effort from you. Make yourself a list of priorities and work according to it. If English is your weakest topic, allocate more time to topics like vocabulary and reading comprehension. If math isn't your thing – practice intensively number operations, math word problems, etc.
  • When trying to answer a question or solving a problem – always keep in mind what you are being asked and work accordingly. Think thoroughly about how to get to the solution and what is needed in order to do so.
  • Keep yourself healthy during the preparation period as this is the basis for a successful preparation – sleep enough time, eat well, and keep your body active.

What's Included in Our CAAT Pack?

Get hundreds of questions, tests, and study guides in our comprehensive CAAT Pack.

  • 42 practice tests comprised of:
  • 15 reading comprehension tests (390 questions)
  • 12 number-operations tests (216 questions)
  • 10 vocabulary tests (175 questions)
  • 5 word problems math drills (95 questions)
  • 10 back to basics study guides comprised of:
  • 8 back to basics math study guides
  • 2 back to basics grammar guides
  • Detailed score reports & in-depth explanations
  • Immediate online access
  • Opportunity to practice 24/7

CAAT® and Canadian Adult Achievement Test® are trademarks and property of Creative Organizational Design, and Pearson Canada Assessment Inc. The trademark holder is not affiliated with TestPrep-Online or this website.

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