T.A.B.E. ENTRANCE TEST
FOR CLASSROOM AND HOME-STUDY APPLICANTS WHO DON'T HAVE A COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL, VOCATIONAL SCHOOL OR G.E.D. DIPLOMA
The T.A.B.E. Test (Test of Adult Basic Education) is a short, 8th-9th grade level, basic skills test given to applicants who want to train with a New Jersey State Approved Vocational School like the Academy, but, don't have the College, High School, or G.E.D. diploma required for entrance. It tests your basic math and basic reading comprehension skills.
The reading comprehension section of the test is concerned with your understanding of two short articles, a job application form, two short excerpts from a book and a help wanted ad. The math section tests your addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, fractions and decimal problem solving skills.
The Academy supplies applicants with a basic math study guide (via email), to help them prepare for the test. The study guide gives examples of the basic math on the test and teaches the student how to solve the problems.
Those who live close to the Academy's Woodbridge, NJ location, can schedule a day and time to take the test.
Applicants in our home-study programs who are too far to travel to the Academy can make arrangements to take the test by contacting a TABE testing center in their area.
There is a $50.00 non-refundable application fee.
If you are an applicant in need of T.A.B.E testing, please contact our
Director, Dr. Frank Auriemma. We will do all we can to help all
applicants receive the education they desire.