Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT)

 

Northern Lights College utilizes the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) to assess whether an applicant meets the Admission Prerequisites for a program.


What is the CAAT?

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How Do I Write The CAAT?

Any applicant wanting to write the CAAT needs to register with Student Services at any NLC Campus.

For assistance, please email StudentHelp@nlc.bc.ca

>> CAAT schedule

There is a cost to write the CAAT, which can be paid at Student Services at the time of scheduling. In the event a student needs to re-write the CAAT, normally a three-month interval is required.

Please note: Basic (Non-Scientific) calculators will be permitted for the CAAT.
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Off-Campus CAAT?

(For applicants who can not write at an NLC Campus)

Applicants wanting to write the CAAT off-campus (reserved only for students who do not live near an NLC Campus), must complete this form and submit it along with payment to Student Services. Once the form and payments are received, you will be registered for an off-campus CAAT and it will be forwarded to Invigilation for mail-out preparation.

Off-Campus Only: Application to write Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT)