Customize tests: Self Assessment
Select the Subject-Topics Covered during the learning in a period, and create a Random Test generated from the Database and write the Examination. This is called Self assessment. Ie: Two learners selecting the same Subject-Topic may not get the same questions, and hence assessment between then cannot be compared for these tests.
Specific Tests : Relative Assessment
Our team creates tests with specific Subjects-Topics periodically with all parameters fixed, and all learners taking these tests are bound by same parameters, and the assessments are made relative for better competitiveness.
All questions have definite answers, some take more and some less time, based on the Knowledge Base and understanding of learner. The questions which are answered fast are considered easy, and those which took time are tough. Attempt Examinations in multiple rounds, with increasing time for each round, in the first round we answer most easy ones, next round average and in the last round tough ones, making the best use of time. It is called Time management which is the base for any Examination.
Graphical Review of Results:
All results are presented graphically for better assessments and easy understanding at various levels.
SWOT Analysis :
Most assessments give the results at the macro level indication comparison between learners. We at E-Pariksha give the micro level analysis of the learner, Subject-Topic wise analyzed to the level of identifying the Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats in learning to use Time as the Opportunity for better learning.
DNA of CET:
Remember that the Syllabus is the same at a grade for all tests, Newton’s laws are the same for ITI and IIT Entrance exams, the pattern of framing the question is different.
In any Common Evaluation Test CET :
- Only .5 % of learners secure more than 90% of marks
- Less than 10% of learners secure between 76-90 % marks
- About 15 % of learners secure between 60-75 % marks
- Around 25 % of learners secure between 50-60% marks
- Remaining will answer between 0-50% marks
- 50% of questions are easy which are look and tick type
- 25% of questions are average which needs a little bit of Thinking
- 15% of questions are hard which are complex and needs better thinking
- Remaining 10% are very tough which needs better understanding of subject
Smart Learning Time management :
- All questions carry equal marks
- Winners are those who secure more marks in the given time
- Smart learners are those who answer easy first, average next, hard last
- Answer the test in multiple rounds with time limits to score more
Time management Test Case
- Consider a test of 60 questions to be answered in 60 Minutes
- On an average it takes around 10 Sec to read a question
- Consider an average question 3 times more consuming than an easy question, while the hard one 6 times more time consuming
Process to follow :
- First Round: Spend 20 Sec on each question and move to next if not answered
- We spend 20 Minutes and answer 30 questions which are easy 50%
- Second Round: Spend 40 Sec more on each remaining question and move to next if not answered
- We spend 20 more minutes answering 15 out of 30 left
- Third Round: Spend 60 sec more on each un answered question and move to next if not answered
- We spend 15 Min answering at least 8-9 leaving 5-6 unanswered
- You are already in the 90% Range, Spend the remaining 5 min to settle well and you are surely the winner.