Asked by: Yanko Trindade
asked in category: General Last Updated: 27th March, 2020

What is a SCAT test?

(SCAT) A test measuring the tendency of an athlete to experience anxiety when competing in a sport. It is used to measure competitive trait anxiety. Test scoring is based on 10 questions that ask individuals how they feel when competing in sports and games.

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Correspondingly, what does the SCAT test measure?

The SCAT analyses an athlete's responses to a series of statements about how they feel in a competitive situation. From the results it is possible to determine a measure of their level of anxiety. Other similar tests include the The Sport Anxiety Scale.

how long does the SCAT test take? The SCAT test has two sections: Verbal and Quantitative. Each section includes 55 questions, out of which five are experimental questions that are not counted towards the student's final score. Each section is 22 minutes long, with an optional 10 minute break in between the two.

Also, how do I prepare for SCAT test?

SCAT Test Prep | Increase Odds for CTY

  1. Try to identify the relationship between the first pair of words.
  2. Immediately eliminate word pairs that don't have the same relationship to narrow down your answer choices.
  3. Try to put the first pair into a sentence.
  4. Consider the parts of speech being used and look for an answer that is consistent.

What is a scat score?

SCAT scores are scaled, which are based on the number of questions the student answers correctly out of the 50 scored questions in each section (with the 5 extraneous ones thrown out). SCAT percentiles are used to compare students to the older population to whom the student will be compared.

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