## What is the CASAS ESL test?

CASAS is the most widely used competency-based assessment system in the United States designed to assess the relevant real-world basic skills of adult learners. CASAS measures the basic skills and the English language and literacy skills needed to function effectively at work and in life.

## How many questions are on the CASAS reading test?

40

The CASA Reading subsection includes 40 multiple-choice questions and participants are given 75 minutes to complete it. Participants must bring a valid identification that is in sync with the way they registered for the exam.

**What does the CASAS test consist of?**

CASAS tests assess basic and academic skills in real-world contexts. Our system monitors progress in reading, math, English language, writing, and work-readiness skills. CASAS is the most widely used adult education competency-based testing system in the United States.

**What kind of math is on the CASAS test?**

The CASA Mathematics subtest includes 40 multiple-choice questions. About 60 percent of the test weight is taken up by numbers and algebra questions and 40 percent is taken up by geometry and statistics.

### Can you use a calculator on the CASAS test?

Yes, students are permitted to use a calculator (not on a cell phone) and scratch paper on math field-tests. calculator (not on a cell phone). Scratch paper should be collected at the end of a math field-test and included with field-testing materials returned to CASAS.

### What is the highest score on the Casas test?

216

Because the score is above the accuracy range, enter the test into the data system with a score of 216, the highest valid score.

**What are some reading goals for students?**

Other Reading Goals for Students

- I will read X number of nonfiction books.
- I will pick a new topic every month and read about it.
- I will read a book by a new author every month.
- I will read X number of books in a specific genre.
- I will read for X minutes every night.
- I will read a chapter every night.

**How is the CASAS test graded?**

The CASAS scale is divided into five levels: A (Beginning Literacy) to E (Advanced Secondary), each encompassing a range of scores. Each level is defined by a CASAS scale score range with corresponding competency descriptors of performance in employment and adult life skills contexts.

#### How long is CASAS test?

between 40 and 50 minutes

Test Specifics Tests take between 40 and 50 minutes to complete.

#### What is a good goal for math?

Understanding patterns, relations, and functions. Representing and analyzing mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols. Using mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships.

**What is the Casas assessment?**

CASAS is a competency-based assessment. In competency-based education, the curriculum is set out as a series of competencies (criteria) that need to be accomplished to show attainment of a particular educational objective.

**What is the Casas test?**

CASAS is the only assessment system whose reading tests are approved for NRS reporting for both Adult Basic. Education programs and English As a Second Language programs.* CASAS math tests are approved for Adult Basic. Education, and CASAS listening tests are approved for English As a Second Language.

## What is the CASA test?

CASA Math Practice Test. The Core Academic Skills Assessment, or CASA, is a test designed to ensure that teachers possess the knowledge that is required to be qualified to teach. The test is divided into three sections: Math, Reading, and Writing.

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