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Catholic and Private School Entrance Exams

Regardless of whether your children will be attending Catholic school for the first time or if they’ve been going since elementary school, before beginning the 8th grade or higher, they will be required to take and pass an entrance exam.  The two major ones offered are the COOP and the HSPT.   A less common entrance exam is the Test for Admission Into Catholic High Schools or TACHS.  Let’s examine these, and what you can expect on each.

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Increase your Score with Multiple Choice Strategies

The complete guide to multiple choice!

Discover 15 secret strategies that will raise your score on any multiple choice exam regardless of the subject.

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High School Exams

ACCUPLACER  — Canadian GED — Nelson Denny — PERT — SHSAT —  SSAT — TABE — TASC

ACT — SAT

 

High School Equivalency

High School Proficiency tests are designed to asses if a person has the academic abilities equivalent to a High School.

The certification obtained through these tests is the same as a high school diploma, and gives you the ability to access a jobs and opportunities generally  outside your reach without a high school education, or to enter a college course and continue an academic program.   Learn More >>>

CHSPE — Canadian GED — HiSET — TASC

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Provincial Achievement Tests

Provincial assessments, or Provincial Achievement Tests are exams by the provincial authorities to measure the development of the educative system in each territory independently. These examinations are designed to assess the student’s knowledge in certain fields, which differs by Province, although they are very similar.

The structure of the test varies according to Provincial regulations, but it generally evaluates mathematics and English.

The test scores count toward final grades, which means that they also have an impact on student’s chances of getting into college.

In most provinces these tests are offered in both Official Languages, English and French.  Learn More >>>

Alberta Provincial Achievement Test Strategy        BC Provincial Test