A comprehensive 100-question test, this exam covers the basics of high school or college visual art appreciation. It works well as a pre-test before the course. Regardless of the text book used, or if a textbook is even available, the exam can be used as a barometer for knowing what to teach. You’ve heard it before: Teach the Test, but this time, it’s not to pass any magical test or reach a mandated goal. In this case, teaching the test means that you will cover what is expected by most colleges in an art appreciation course. Even if the Internet is all that is available, the content on which this exam is based is readily available. The beauty of Internet research in art is that you can see the painting or statue or architecture online. During my years of teaching art to college freshmen, I began with this test, taught the content, and then gave the exam again as a final exam. It was a great assessment tool.