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TEST ADMINISTRATOR’S HANDBOOK 2012 Regional Achievement Test ( For Grade 6 and Fourth Year)
Table of contents TOPICPAGE INTRODUCTION PART I – TEST INFORMATION TEST MATERIALS TEST BOOKLETS ANSWER SHEETS TEST ADMINISTRATOR’S HANBOOK PART II – TEST ADMINISTRATION TEST PROPER ORIENTATION DISTRIBUTION OF ANSWER SHEETS AND TEST BOOKLETS DISMISSING THE EXAMINEES PACKING THE TEST MATERIALS AND PREPARING THE REPORTS 12223334 56 6 12223334 56 6
Objectives : assess the extent of cognitive performance of the examinees. The data generated from the test results will be used in identifying strengths and weaknesses in each learning area, and to serve as bases for enrichment/ remedial instruction.
Part I- TEST INFORMATION The learning areas to be tested and other related information are shown below: LEARNING AREASGrade 6Fourth Year No. of itemsTime AllotmentNo. of itemsTime Allotment ENGLISH5060 MIN5060 MIN FILIPINO5060 MIN5060 MIN MATH4060 MIN5060 MIN SCIENCE5060 MIN5060 MIN HEKASI/ ARAL PAN 5060 MIN5060 MIN MSEP/ MAPEH 5060 MIN5060 MIN EPP5060 MIN
TEST MATERIALS TEST BOOKLETS – There is a test booklet for every subject area both for Grade VI and Fourth year. These booklets can be identified by their respective color, as follows: Subject Area Grade 6 (Cover Color whole page ) Fourth Year (cover color text only white background ) MathYellow ScienceBlue EnglishPink FilipinoRed HEKASIOrange MSEP/MAPEHPurple EPPGreen
ANSWER SHEETS – Each examinee shall be given an answer sheet wherein he/she shall write his/her name, gender, school, grade/year, district, and division. TEST ADMINISTRATOR’S HANDBOOK – One (1) handbook per testing room. PART II – TEST ADMINISTRATION Testing room and Examinees seating arrangement 1. The testing rooms shall be adequately supplied with clean chalkboards, eraser, pieces of chalk and armchairs or desks for 35 examinees in Grade 6 and 30 examinees for Fourth Year. Test schedule shall be written on the blackboard a day before the examination. 2. Examinees upon admission shall be seated alphabetically with the boys first, followed by the girls. The seating arrangement is illustrated below:
TEST PROPER ORIENTATION See Handbook for details
Selection of Schools to be tested: Elementary -100% for Central Schools and 25% for non-central Secondary - 100% for division lead schools and 25% for regular schools Distribution of test materials: Test materials will be directly distributed to the schools divisions from the publisher/printer
Test administration One (1) room examiner per testing room. He/she must come from other district within the division. One (1) chief examiner per testing school. He/she must come from other district and must be preferably a Principal/Head Teacher. Chief Examiner will receive test booklets from the division offices. One (1) supervising examiner per 3 or less testing rooms. He/she must come from other division. Note: Test booklet will be opened in the presence of supervising examiner.
Checking and Consolidation of Test Results: Supervising examiner will be the one to check the answer sheets, consolidate the test results and do the item analysis. Submission of Consolidated test results: March 9, 2012
Assignments: Panay Area Iloilo City- Guimaras Antique - Iloilo Aklan -Capiz Roxas City –Passi City Negros Area Negros Occ. – 1 st District –San Carlos City, Escalante City 2 nd ( 4ES), (1 Sec) –Cadiz City 3 rd District- Silay City 4 th District – Bacolod City, Bago City 5 th District- La Carlota City 6 th District – Kabankalan City & 5 th District Cadiz City –Sagay City