Some students struggle when taking standardized achievement tests simply because they are not accustomed to the testing environment. For students such as these, Christian Liberty now offers a special online practice version of the 1970 edition California Achievement Test that will help to make them more comfortable with the testing process.
For obvious reasons, the Christian Liberty CAT Practice Test will not expose students to the same questions that are found on the official California Achievement Test. Nevertheless, students will still be provided with enough questions in each of the major testing categories to obtain a general idea of what they will encounter on the official CAT.
Our online practice test also provides a simplified scoring method in which students are informed immediately upon completion of the test simply how many questions they answered correctly within each test section. For this reason, and others, scores from the online practice CAT are only intended to provide students with general feedback regarding their readiness levels, and are not equivalent to test results from an actual standardized achievement test.
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- Student Last Name: Enter student’s last name.
- Grade Entering: Select the grade entering, not the current grade.
Enter information for one student only, then select the add to cart button. If you wish to purchase testing services for another student, or wish to make other purchases, select the Continue Shopping link after viewing your shopping cart.
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This was our first year homeschooling and giving our daughter a standardized test. I was really nervous about it. I had several friends recommend the CAT test and so we decided to buy the practice test first. It was incredibly helpful. It looked just like the real test, just shorter. It showed me exactly what types of questions would be on the test. We were torn on having our daughter take the online or paper test, and after taking the online practice test, we felt confident that the online test would be fine!
I love that you can order this and have it immediately. It was an easy way to get my son familiar with the test and get a sense of how the topics might present themselves. He'll go into this (his first standardized test ever) more prepared.
Great product. Wonderful to be able to familiarize the student with style of test.
This was such a blessing for my son who is intimidated by testing. It is a good way to get a feel for the actual test.
Test was very easy to purchase and take but would be nice to still have access to the questions after the test is taken so that you can help strengthen the areas that the student was weak in.
The online version is great if you're wanting to take the test and get results in a much quicker fashion. However, if you're wanting to also gauge where your child might be having difficulty and addressing those, the paper version is better suited for that task.
This was perfect to get ready for the test. It gave my children a chance to ask questions that they couldn't ask during the test and also for my rising 2nd grader to get better acquainted with using a mouse.
Inspectors test was good to prepare my children for the real thing. Unfortunately, there is no way to view the problems that were missed so you can work on those areas and review them with your children. Also, it appears that if you run out of time on the practice test you do not receive a score for that section.
I was pleased with the test and the fact that we could take it from our home computer and at our own timing. My kids (3rd and 5th grade) woke up and had a good breakfast. They sat in separate rooms and did their own test by themselves. It was easy to follow (except the Language potion was worded funny) but other then that, I would recommend this test to homeschooling parents.
We have taken the SAT, Woodcock/Johnson, etc... and this was a nice change. Unfortunately, it did lack Science and History.