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Conduct of FA3/ CBA2

Conduct of FA3/  CBA2 - Test Design Structure 

School Education – SCERT AP  – Academic  calendar  2023-24 – Conduct of FA3/  CBA2 orders issued – Reg.

 All Regional  Joint Directors of School Education  and  District Educational Officers in the state are informed that the second class room based assessment (CBA2)/ Formative  Assessment  3, is to  be  re-scheduled from 23.01.2024  to 29.01.2024.

  In this connection, the following test design structure has been finalized by the State Assessment Cell (SAC).

 Test Design Structure for FA3/CBA2:

    The assessment tools will be designed to assess grade-specific skills.

•   The assessment tool will include both Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)

and Free-Response Questions (FRs).

•        For Grade 3 to 8, each MCQ will have 4 options, and there will be only one correct answer for each question. For Grade 1 and 2, MCQs will have 3 options, and there will be only one correct answer for each question.

•   For the formative assessment, the number of MCQs has been set at 10.

This allows for testing essential concepts while giving students sufficient time to answer the questions. It also takes into account the limited number of chapters being tested in each formative assessment

 The difficulty level of the assessment tools for the formative assessment/CBA1 will be maintained at an average of 50-55%. This ensures that the questions are challenging enough to assess the students' understanding and application of the concepts without being overly difficult

 The questions used in the assessments  are  categorized  based  on the cognitive abilities they require for solving them. These categories are Mechanical (M), Understanding (U), and Application (A).

 Mechanical (M)  questions typically assess basic knowledge and recall  of facts.  These  questions  may  involve  straightforward  information  retrieval  or simple calculations.

 Understanding  (U)   questions  assess  the  students'  comprehension and interpretation  of  concepts.   They  require  students   to   e plain,  describe,   or summarize  information, demonstrate understanding  of relationships,  or  make connections between different ideas.

 Application  (A)   questions assess  the  students'  ability  to   apply  their knowledge and  skills  to  solve  real-world problems  or  perform tasks.  These questions  require  students  to   analyze  situations,  make  judgments,  apply principles or  rules,  or  solve complex   problems using  their acquired  knowledge and understanding


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