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This means that Cat5 is administered online using tablets or computers and teachers can receive reports as soon as they complete a subtest. Schools have the opportunity to try Cat5 at no cost by participating in a national study.
ezclasstest is designed to be used by teachers to assess their students as often as they would like throughout the school year. The teacher decides when to administer tests for specific outcomes as (s)he teaches those outcomes. ezclasstest makes it easy for the teacher to frequently administer short assessments. The students take the tests online and the tests are scored automatically.
CAT·4 is the newest version of the Canadian Achievement Tests (CAT) available Fall 2008. Modeled to fit Canadian curricula, the CAT is a testing system that assesses the essential learning outcomes of the following basic skill areas: reading, language, spelling, and mathematics.
Insight is an innovative cognitive abilities assessment based on the widely accepted Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory of cognitive abilities and is designed to be used as a group-administered screening instrument.
CTC can provide expertise in the development of valid and reliable assessment instruments which are tailored to your needs. Our centre continues to be involved in various research and development projects.
The CAT·3 test battery for Mathematics includes contructed-response tasks for Levels 11 throught 18. Each level contains four problem solving tasks. These require students to apply mathematics skills and concepts in a context.
The Comprehensive English Language Test (CELT) is a valid and reliable instrument for measuring English language proficiency for English as a second language (ESL). It is especially appropriate for high school, college and adult ESL programs at the intermediate and advanced levels.
The Canadian Test of Cognitive Skills (CTCS) is a academic aptitude test that measures the cognitive abilities important for scholastic success in Grades 8–12. CTCS includes scores for three critical cognitive factors—verbal, non-verbal and memory.
CAST measures achievement in reading, language and mathematics—literacy and numeracy skills. Adult educators appreciate the value of valid, reliable, efficient and cost-effective tests to help inform admission and placement decisions for the adult students or clients.