Testing students does not simply boil down to the final process of evaluating the students’ knowledge, but it also represents an effective educational method. This method allows teachers to assess the progress levels by identifying the steps that one must take in order to maximally improve the knowledge and competencies of individual students, as well as on what one should focus when transferring knowledge.
Cambridge International Lower Secondary testing structure enables students to assess and evaluate their knowledge in a precise manner. The focus of testing on this programme is for teachers to gain insight into the current state of students’ competencies. They are thus able to give formative feedback on students’ skills, according to which they give them guidance. This is done by communicating overtly with students, discussing and thoroughly analysing the things that are necessary for students to make progress.
All assessments during the Cambridge International Lower Secondary programme can be combined in any way, depending on the context that fits your needs.