Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) is a test for your readiness for post-secondary education in Canada.

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Test Levels

The test is available in four levels:


LevelYears of Formal Education
 A1 – 3 years
 B4 – 6 years
 C7 – 10 years
 D11 – 12+ years

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The CAAT contains the following sections:

  • Vocabulary
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Number Operations
  • Problem Solving



Two scores are given for this test – a content referenced (raw score) and a norm referenced, which is the average mean score for test objectives of the tested level.


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Complete Canadian Adult Achievement Test Study Guide and practice tests.

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Complete Canadian Adult Achievement Test Study Guide and practice tests. Includes tutorials, 2 sets of practice test questions, test prep, and self-assessments. Includes math practice questions, reading comprehension, English grammar, and more!

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  1. Connie
    October 26, 2017

    As one of the prerequisite of a private beauty hairstyling school states that they complete grade 12 as part of their application submission. Would the Canadian Adult Achievement Test be applicable to young adults who have not completed their Grade 12 but want to pursue a career in a skilled trade College? If not would you happen to know where I can be directed?

    • Brian
      October 26, 2017

      Hello – It depends on the college/university – we also have the Canadian GED

  2. Damilola Ayeni
    May 23, 2018

    Hello, please how much will it cost to register for the the examination? I am an international student trying to get admission into a private institution in Ontario.

    • Brian
      May 23, 2018

      Hello – I think it is about $100.

  3. Matt
    August 23, 2018

    What percentage do I need to pass the English section? That’s the only one I have to do.

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