Problem Statement: Learning-teaching activities bring along the need to determine whether they achieve their goals. Thus, multiple choice tests addressing the same set of questions to all are frequently used. However, this traditional assessment and evaluation form contrasts with modern education, where individual learning characteristics are featured. Hence, the use of Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) systems, which set the difficulty level in accordance with the ability levels of individuals, is spreading. However, these systems are not prevalent in Turkey. Therefore, it is important to develop and assess a CAT system to be integrated into Turkish curriculum.