Learnometer practice questions are given at the end of each Block on SuperTeacher for teachers and are provided regularly on Universal for parents. These are highly recommended as practice for the Learnometer exam. Schools may opt to use these questions all together as a practice test or share them individually with students. Sample reports are not available.
The Learnometer Report is a 3-page report that features subject scores, an interpretation, and progress over time. You may see sample reports on Universal Demo School.
The New XSEED Solution has 6 components to it that facilitates learning by integrating all the necessary aspect of learning and all the stakeholders. Hence, it is critical to have all the 6 components implemented well, for the effective learning-teaching process.
The test opens on November 1, and closes on November 28th. The Learnometer School Report on Universal shows the live status of all students who have taken the test and is constantly updated. Individual Learnometer Student Reports appear 72 hours after the test has been completed for a given student.
Learnometer is diagnostic in nature and not to encourage competition. Hence, there's no formal recognition of students performing well.
Yes, all individual student reports as well as a school level report with aggregated Learnometer data by school, grade, and section will be included in the Management Zone on Universal.
The Learnometer test is a once-yearly exam. Scores from previous years along with student progress over time analysis will also be available in each year's report.
Below is the structure of Questions and Duration Grade wise: Grade 1 to 4: 32 Questions, in a duration of 1 hour 30 minutes Grade 5 to 8: 38 Questions, in a duration of 2 hours
Age 5+ onwards is a good time to introduce students to formal testing. This also trains students in attempting more rigorous testing later.
No Organization or Body validates/recognizes any assessment/Olympiads in India.