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Start Date: 11/10/2012Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Date: 11/10/2012

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The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is a set of standardized tests developed to measure student's achievement levels in up to six areas: Reading, Writing Skills, Writing Essay, Critical Thinking, Mathematics, and Science. Your school has chosen to assess student skills in specific areas using CAAP tests. The CAAP tests help your school evaluate the effectiveness of the education you and your classmates have received and identify areas that may need to be strengthened. The CAAP test also helps you and your advisor or guidance counselor evaluate your individual skill levels and determine how best to help you achieve academic success.

Your scores will be kept confidential, but CAAP will provide information on your achievement in selected academic skills. You will be able to compare your ability levels with other students at your school. Your test results may give you important insights about relative strengths and weaknesses as these relate to your future education or workplace success. If you score at or above the national mean on any CAAP module, you will also receive a Certificate of Achievement, which you can use as part of your portfolio or “academic profile” when pursuing graduate school or job opportunities.

Link to CAAP test study guide
Location Information:
On Campus  (View Map)
1801 Fayetteville Street
Phone: 919-530-6100
Contact Information:
Name: Khristy P. Horne
Phone: 919-530-7279

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