Missouri State University - West Plains

Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP)

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Audience:

Graduating students should take the CAAP exam as part of the capstone course in the final semester. This is a requirement of the State of Missouri and is free for the student.

Focus:

The CAAP is a set of standardized tests developed to test college skills at or near the end of two years of college. There are six CAAP tests: Writing Skills, Reading, Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Science Reasoning and Essay Writing. It is used to assess education outcomes for Missouri State University-West Plains.

Process:

Each test date is limited to 13 testers. A spot may be reserved by calling (417)-255-7943 or (417)-255-7222.

Testing Location:

Testing services unless otherwise noted. Testing Services in the Garnett Library at 304 W. Trish Knight St. Come in the main door and go down the ramp.

Fees:

Other:

You must arrive at least 15 minutes early to retain your reserved seat. The test begins promptly; late testers will not be admitted.

On the date of the test bring the following items:

  • Two number 2 pencils;
  • Missouri Driver's License or Non-Driver ID and
  • Calculator

Contact Information:


Testing Services

Garnett Library Mezzanine
304 W. Trish Knight
West Plains, MO 65775
 
Victoria Howerton, Coordinator of Testing and Prior Learning Assessment
P: (417) 255-7943
F: (417) 255-7944

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM

CAAP Testing Dates

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