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Development of the Canadian Scholastic Aptitude Test

The Canadian Scholastic Aptitude Test (CSAT) for English-speaking students is one of a battery of objectively scorable tests being developed by the Service for Admission to College and University (SACU). CSAT is designed to measure what may be described as the general verbal and mathematical abilities of students in their final year of secondary school. The test is divided into four sections each requiring 30 minutes of administration time.

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