International Schools’ Assessment (ISA)
The ISA is a standardized test designed specifically for international school students and assesses mathematical literacy, reading and writing skills. The test is administered in February annually to students in grades 3-9, and results are available to parents prior to the end of the school year.
NWEA-MAP in Science: COMPUTER-BASED ADAPTIVE ASSESSMENTS (Grades 6-10)
NWEA Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) tests present students with engaging, age-appropriate content. As a student responds to questions, the test responds to the student, adjusting up or down in difficulty. The result is a rewarding experience for the student, and a wealth of detailed information for teachers, parents and administrators. For educators, it means at last having timely information that, used well, can change the course of a student's school year.
Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT) and SAT
The PSAT and SAT - American norm-referenced aptitude tests - are administered to students throughout the school year. The PSAT is administered to all students in grades 10 and 11 in October. The SAT is offered 7 times during the school year on Saturdays. The SAT is required by most American universities and a growing number of English-language universities throughout the world. The SAT is voluntary.
Cambridge English Language Assessment: Admissions Testing Service Test Center
The Admissions Testing Service offers a range of tests and tailored assessment services to support selection and recruitment for educational institutions, professional organisations and governments around the world. Underpinned by robust and rigorous research, its services include:
- assessments in thinking skills
- admissions tests for medicine and healthcare
- behavioural styles assessment
- subject-specific aptitude tests.
The Grade 12 students sit for external exams issued by the International Baccalaureate in core disciplines are offered to students in grades in May of each year.