Comprehensive Mathematical Abilities Test (CMAT)
Based on actual materials used to teach math in schools and on state and local curriculum guides, the CMAT represents a major advance in the accurate assessment of the mathematics taught in today's schools. All items reflect real world problems using up-to-date, current information and scenarios. Use as few as 2 subtests or as many as 12 depending on your purpose for testing. CMAT Subtests The CMAT has six Core Subtests (Addition; Subtraction; Multiplication; Division; Problem Solving; and Charts. Tabls, and Graphs) and six Supplemental Subtests (Algebra; Geometry; Rational Numbers; Time; Money; and Measurement).
||Wayne P. Hresko, Paul L. Schlieve, Shelley R. Herron, Colleen Swain and Rita J. Sherbenou
||Examiner's Manual, Picture Book, 25 Profile/Examiner Record Booklet, 25 Student Response Booklet I, 25 Student Response Booklet II, and Information Sheet, all in a sturdy storage box.
||7-0 to 18-11 yrs
||30 minutes - 2 hours