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CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMS
The Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) is an exam given to eighth graders to gain entrance into Catholic High Schools in New York City. In some instances, schools may use exam scores to determine which students get scholarships. The TACHS exam is given once each year in November. This exam measures aptitude in reading, language arts, mathematics, and general reasoning skills. The reading section tests vocabulary and reading comprehension. The language section tests spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and usage. The math section tests concepts, estimation, problem solving, and data interpretation. The abilities section tests abstract reasoning. The exam contains approximately 200 multiple-choice questions. The exam lasts 137 minutes.
There are a total of 200 questions to be done in 137 minutes.
Reading: Vocabulary - 20 Questions
The vocabulary questions of the reading portion present a word in a short sentence and asks which of the given answer choices have the closest meaning.
Reading: Reading Comprehension - 30 Questions
The reading comprehension portion measures your ability to discern the main idea of a passage and recall key details. Most of the questions will require you to make conclusions or summarize what you have read.
Language: Spelling, Punctuation, Usage, Capitalization - 40 Questions
This language section tests your knowledge of sentence structure and paragraphs. Language conventions such as spelling, punctuation, and capitalization will be presented by itself in separate groups.
Language: Paragraphs - 10 Questions
The usage questions may present a short paragraph that is followed by one or two questions about its organization of ideas, and clarity.
Math: Concepts, Data Interpretation, Problem Solving -32 Questions
This section tests your knowledge of understanding math concepts, problem solving, and data interpretation. This includes knowledge of number relations, and the ability to answer questions based on tables and graphs.
Math: Estimation - 18 Questions
The estimation portion tests your ability to estimate operations that normally would be too time-consuming to complete exactly.
Ability: Similarities and Reasoning - 40 Questions
This section is used to assess abstract reasoning. These questions may ask to recognize a pattern or principle in a sequence of figures. You need to figure out what the pattern is and select the answer choice that would continue the pattern.
Ability: Abstract Reasoning - 10 Questions
The questions in this section will give two figures. The second will be an altered version of the first. You will also be given the third figure. The fourth figure, which is the answer, will be altered in the same way that figure 2 is altered from figure 1.
The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is an exam that is given nationwide to eighth grade students in order to gain admission to Catholic High Schools. The HSPT exam lasts 2 hours and 21 minutes. The exam is structured to test three key skillsets: Total Cognitive, Total Basic, and Composite skills. Total Cognitive skills deals with verbal and quantitative knowledge. Total Basic skills include reading, mathematics, and language. Lastly, Composite skills are measured in the Verbal, Quantitative, Language, Mathematics, and Reading subtests.
There are a total of 298 questions on the exam to be done in 141 minutes.
Mathematics Skills - 64 Questions
The mathematics section tests knowledge of problem solving, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. These questions make up 21% of the test.
Language Skills - 60 Questions
The language portion of the exam tests knowledge of capitalization, spelling, composition, usage, and punctualization. This comprises 20% of the exam.
Verbal Skills - 60 Questions
The verbal skills section of the exams primarily tests knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, analogies, logic, and verbal classifications. It is important to be able to identify which type each questions falls under when doing the exam. Verbal skills comprise of approximately 20% of this exam.
Quantitative Skills - 52 Questions
The quantitative portion of the exam tests knowledge of series, number manipulations, geometric comparisons, and non-geometric comparisons.
Reading Skills - 62 Questions
The reading skills section of the exam focuses on reading comprehension and vocabulary. In this section, you will be given a passage and asked to answer comprehension and vocabulary questions that relate to the passage.