The CBSE board had announced that students of standard IX and XI will have to appear for a Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) based assessment for Problem Solving Assessment (PSA)
tests will be have a set of questions that cover:
- Quantitative reasoning
- Qualitative reasoning and
- Language Skills
These three parameters will test students on how well they have understood what they have learned in their curriculum. The final test will have 60 questions and will last for 90 minutes.
The CBSE will be conducting this test as part of the 4th assessment (FA-4) of Std. 9 and Std. 11. The marks for the PSA test will also be carried forward towards FA-4 of Std. X and Std. XII respectively. Students of Std. X and XII will also be given the opportunity to improve upon their PSA scores of the previous year.
Keeping in mind that most competitive exams are now taking place online, we have adopted the crack gmat platform to orient our students to take assessments online and get the necessary practice and exposure to help them excel.
Gototest has developed an extensive batch of questions that test students across Quantitative, Qualitative reasoning as well as Language skills, helping them better prepare for their PSA tests.
PSA Package contains 10 tests of 10 questions, each, in Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment as well as Language Skills
i.e. a total of 300 carefully developed questions. Students will be able to take these tests, review the solutions, understand where they stand, what their weak areas are and also RE-TAKE the test multiple times to improve.