TEST DATES, TIMES, & LOCATION:
SUMMER: July 12, 2013 – Davidson Hall rooms 130 & 131.
Please contact the ARC in Neosho for times at 417-455-5602 if you are taking the test there.
If taking the CAAP at a Branch Campus (Webb City, Nevada, or Cassville), please contact the campus for date/times/location.
Students who have a documented disability and need accommodations for testing must identify with the ARC when scheduling their test prior to the testing date.
TEST CONTENT: The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is a post-secondary assessment program designed to help institutions measure the academic achievement levels of their students in selected core academic skills. CAAP offers test modules in the following academic areas: Reading, Writing Skills, Mathematics, Science Reasoning, and Critical Thinking. The actual testing time of each CAAP test section is 40 minutes.
STUDENTS TO TEST: The CAAP exit exam will be given to students who have completed at least 45 college credits and/or have applied for graduation. Students must take the exit exam in order to receive their diplomas.
TEST INSTRUCTIONS: Bring a photo ID and a calculator. (To check calculator specifications, please check ACT Web site or call toll-free 1-800-498-6481 for allowable calculators during the test.) Arrive at least 15 minutes early for check in. If you arrive after the test has started you will not be allowed to take the test. You will only receive short breaks so it is recommended that you eat a good breakfast before the test. There will be a 15 minute break about lunch time, but it does not allow students time to go to the cafeteria. Snacks & drinks can be purchased at vending machines on campus. Students with disability or physical limitation MUST identify with ARC staff when registering. If you have any questions please call the Academic Resource Center/Office of disAbility Services at 417-455-5602.
Additional CAAP Guidelines