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The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is ACT's standardized, nationally normed test of core general education skills that is designed to assist postsecondary institutions in assessing, evaluating, and enhancing undergraduate student learning in general education programs. The CAAP is also useful for measuring value-added performance gains. CAAP test modules are designed to assess six areas: Reading, Writing Skills, Writing Essay, Mathematics, Science, and Critical Thinking.   
The Mathematics portion of the CAAP was administered in early 2009 to 308 UK students. The Critical Thinking portion of the CAAP was administered in spring 2010 to 592 UK students.   

Overall Mathematics

UK    National   
Mean    58.5    58.5   
Std. Dev.    3.8    4.0   
N    308    21,678   

Basic Algebra

UK    National   
Mean    15.7    15.6   
Std. Dev.    2.4    2.4   
N    308    21,678   

College Algebra

UK    National   
Mean    15.1    15.4   
Std. Dev.    2.8    2.7   
N    308    21,678   

Critical Thinking

UK    National   
Mean    62.5    62.0   
Std. Dev.    5.6    5.4   
N    592    9,531


Due Dates
Annual Progress Reports
Annual Student Learning Outcomes
Assessment Reports




October 31, 2015


October 31, 2016

2016-2017 October 31, 2017

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