Academic Assessment

Academic assessments are generally 1.5-3 hours in length. The purpose of the assessment is to ascertain the individual’s current academic standing and the length of time it will take to achieve specific levels of education. Consideration is given to identifiable barriers and the selection of an appropriate testing level. Assessments are administered by a certified teacher. In conjunction with the results from the assessment, the teacher solicits pertinent academic and work history data from the client to assist in formulating realistic results. Assessment reports and quotes are typically submitted within 24 hours.



Assessment results reflect one or more of the prevailing measurements listed below:

  • Essential Skills
  • Benchmarks
  • Grades

Assessment Tools:

  • Test of Adult Education (TABE)
  • Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT)
  • Canadian Achievement Test (CAT)
  • Canadian Achievement Survey Test (CAST)
  • Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (Verbal and Quantitative Skills)
  • General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN - Test of English and Math Skills)
  • Steck-Vaughn GED Evaluative Test and Diagnostic Test 
  • Contemporary's GED Predictive Test and Diagnostic Test
  • CLB Assessment/Exit Test
  • OLES Essential Skills Assessment