When is CU-AAT test schedule / CU-AAT Course
CU-AAT is popular among students who would like to apply Chulalongkorn university’s international programs. Here, we are going to explain about the test and how to prepare yourself to get ready to take the test.
What is CU-AAT?
Chulalongkorn University Academic Aptitude Test or CU-AAT is a test developed by Chulalongkorn university to select candidates for the undergraduate English program and also can be used in SIIT, Thammasat university. However, students should recheck the requirements of each faculty in each year.
CU AAT has been developed by Chulalongkorn University Academic Testing Center by using international standardizes test such as SAT to be the prototype of CU-AAT. So, the tests are almost the same patterns.
Students can use SAT preparation books to prepare themselves for CU-AAT. Although, there might be some small differences for example Math in CU-AAT is more difficult than SAT while English in SAT is more difficult than CU-AAT.
What CU-AAT questions are about?
The test consists of 2 parts; Math and Verbal Section. It has 110 questions1,600 points with time period 140 minutes (2 hours 20 minutes) The test will start with Math following by Verbal section with 70 minutes provided in each part. The invigilator will collect your question paper after the time for each part has finished. So, the test takers have to consciously concern about the time limit.
This section has 55 questions with 70 minutes. The questions are about Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Problem solving. Now, calculator is allowed in the test room and 0 point subtracted for incorrect answers and for the questions you don’t answer.
This section has 55 questions with 70 minutes. The total points are 800. Verbal Section can be divided into 2 section
1. Critical Reading includes Sentence completions, Passage-based reading, and Problem solving.
2. Writing includes Improving sentences, Identifying sentence errors , and Improving paragraphs.
|Test||Questions||Duration||Test schedule||Test room Door opens – Door Closes|
– Problem solving
08.30 – 09.15
(Time can be changed, students should come before the time announced in the schedule test.)
Section 1 : Critical Reading includes
– Sectence completions
Section 2 : Writing includes
– Improving sentences
|55||70 minute||10.40 – 11.50|
There are 5 test dates annually which will be held in February, March, July, October, and December. The test starts 13.00 – 15.30 hr. If you want to apply in early admission, you should have CU-AAT score before December or you should take the test in October at the latest
|Test Dates||Test Schedule||Registration / Payment Periods|
|5 ก.พ 65||13:00-15:30||24 – 26 ม.ค. 65|
|5 มี.ค. 65||13:00-15:30||21 – 23 ก.พ. 65|
|24 ก.ค. 65||13:00-15:30||11 – 13 ก.ค. 65|
|15 ต.ค. 65||13:00-15:30||3 – 5 ต.ค. 65|
|4 ธ.ค. 65||13:00-15:30||21 – 23 พ.ย. 65|
CU-AAT Full Score
CU-AAT has a total score of 1600 points; Math Section 800 points and Verbal Section 800 points. The score will be checked online within 2 weeks and are valid for 2 years after the test date.
Perfect scores for CU international programs
Score criteria are depended on each programs, check for details in the websites of the programs. The popular programs may require high score such as BBA CU at minimum of 1200 points, EBA CU at minimum of 1000 points. If it is an early admission, higher score are required. So, students should recheck the requirement on the website before registration.
|หลักสูตรวิศวกรรมศาสตร์ (ISE)||minimum of 480 points|
|อักษรศาสตร์ (BALAC)||minimum 480 points|
|เคมีประยุกต์ (BSAC)||minimum of 450 points|
|เทคโนโลยีชีวภาพ||minimum of 450 points||minimum 400 points|
|การเมืองและโลกสัมพันธ์ศึกษา (PGS)||minimum 500 points|
|การออกแบบสถาปัตยกรรม (INDA)||minimum of 550 points||minimum 400 points|
|การออกแบบนิเทศศิลป์ (COMDE)||minimum of 450 points||minimum 400 points|
|บริหารธุรกิจ (BBA)||minimum 1200 points|
|นิเทศศาสตร์ การจัดการสื่อสาร (COMMART)||minimum of 580 points||minimum 440 points|
|เศรษฐศาสตร์ (EBA)||minimum of 600 points||minimum 400 points|
|จิตวิทยา (JIPP)||minimum of 600 points||minimum 400 points|
|นวัตกรรมบูรณาการ (Bascii)||minimum of 620 points|
CU AAT in Early Admission
An Early admission will open in December and can be registered online in the website of each program. The announcement of the list of eligible applicants for interview and writing test will be in January and the announcement of the interview results will be in late January. You will be required to pay the registration fee within this month. The score statistics for early admission are as following;
CU-AAT VS CU-AAT E-Testing
Students who need a quick result can choose E-Testing because the score will be immediately announced after the test has finished. E-testing requires a familiar in computer using and it is quite different from paper based test such as no question papers for note taking. However, you don’t have to worry, we have summarized pros and cons of E-Testing for you as following picture;
CU AAT Tutoring
CU AAT course covers both Math and Verbal Section. Live course with a small group (maximum of 10 people) so tutor can take care everyone and every question will be answered. The course starts from Math and verbal background such as Math formula, frequently founded vocab, calculator practicing, and latest test papers. The course will be operated by P’ple and team, you will be practiced past papers from the very first one to the latest ones.
CU-AAT one by one private course
In this course, tutor can focus only you. Whether you are unconfident or you never take the test, you can take this course. The course will be designed only for each of you. It is also flexible and student can set your own schedule.