Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP)
All students seeking an Associate in Arts Degree must earn a score of 45 or higher on all sections of the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP), an academic exam designed to measure general education foundational skills attained in the first two years of college. Chipola College administers the CAAP standardized test covering the following five areas: Writing Skills, Reading, Mathematics, Critical Thinking, and Science. (Chipola does not require the essay subtest of the CAAP.) A Student User Guide which includes sample questions is available in the Testing Center, Building A, Room 149. Additional information regarding the CAAP is available online. http://www.act.org/caap/pdf/userguide.pdf
Registration forms for the CAAP are available in the Testing Center or you can print a *.PDF version and fax it or mail it to the Testing Center. (CAAP registration form)
Registration deadlines and test dates for CAAP are listed on the Chipola College test schedule which can be accessed by clicking the link provided above. The CAAP is given three times per academic year, once in the fall term, once in the spring term, and once during the first summer session.
Last revision: August 21, 2017