Welcome to the Massachusetts tests page, with resources on tests and testing services in Massachuetss in such areas as academic tests, professional licensing exams and driving tests.
Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) - All students enrolled in schools that receive any form of public funding must take the MCAS each year. The test covers science, language arts, mathematics and technology. The questions are multiple choice, short answer, short response and open response. Home school students are exempted from testing.
Massachusetts Electrician Licensing Exam - Find out how to become a licensed electrician in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Plumbing Exams and Licensure - For more information on testing and licensing requirements to become a plumber in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals Tests and Licensing - Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals must pass a written test in order to be licensed. The exam is administered four times a year in Boston. It contains 160 multiple choice questions that cover regulations and technical matters, such as how to remove various kinds of waste.
Massachusetts Oil Burner Technician Tests and Licensing - Massachusetts requires Oil Burner Technicians to sit for a written and sometimes an oral exam to be licensed. They must complete their apprenticeship before sitting for the exam. The exam covers, among other things, Massachusetts laws and regulations, in particular 527 CMR 4.00, safety devices, controls and pipe fitting.
Massachusetts Real Estate Agents Exams and Licensure - The state requires all applicants for a real estate agent's license to pass an examination after they have completed their training. The test is computer-based and contains 80 multiple choice questions and is administered by Pearson VUE.
Driving Tests - To obtain a driver's license you must pass a vision test that screens for field vision and basic colors. You must also get at least 18 of 25 questions correct on a written exam and pass a driving test. These tests are waived for new residents with a valid license.
Commercial Driving Tests - Massachusetts requires applicants who wish to get a A, B, or C Class CDL license to pass a general knowledge written exam and a road test. Applicants for a Class A CDL must also pass a Combination Endorsement Written Exam. Some endorsements require additional written or road tests.