These tests provide indicative information to help the school, teachers, students, and parents identify strengths and areas of need in a child’s learning. Administratively, the exams provide data to evaluate the effectiveness of classroom instruction and school system across the curriculum and the student assessment of specific content knowledge and skills.
The school cashier releases test permits to class advisers before the examination week. The administration sets another examination date for students who are not able to get a test permit on time.
Types of Tests:
Grade 4-12 tests are composed of 40% H.O.T.S questions and 60% critical thinking questions.