Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP)

About CAAP

Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is a set of standardized tests developed to measure student’s achievement levels. The CAAP test measures students’ attainment of their general education core skills and learning.

The CAAP test is administered in the Fall and Spring each year. Lake Region State College uses four exams; writing skills, reading, mathematics, and science. Each student is randomly given two of the four tests.

All students graduating with an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree, or liberal arts majors students who have completed three semesters of full-time course work or 40 credit hours of part-time course work and are transferring, must complete the CAAP exam in order to receive a transcript from Lake Region State College.

LRSC Results

CAAP Analysis 2013-2017