It includes Pre and post diagnostic tests. The purpose of administering diagnostic tests is to determine what students already know about the concepts and skills to be covered by instruction.
The Pre diagnostic test is India's first unique pre-learning assessment tool which analyses a child's innate learning style and proficiency profile. It also advises suggestive remediation for students and empowers the educators to streamline their teaching process and make the learning process more effective.
It also offers practice material and academic content which act as self-assessment tool for a student and enhance his/her self-learning pattern.
The post diagnostic tests, apart from subjective test include MI Skills test, Personality test and Left-right brain test which provides timely, relevant learning feedback is essential for personal growth and reflection of student learning.
The Post diagnostic subjective test analyses the academic scores and progress of students throughout their academic year by method of continuous evaluation. Here, a built-in question bank is mapped to the CBSE/ICSE/ State board curriculum which is followed by schools. After assessments, various kinds of comprehensive and informative learning outcomes for all the stakeholders (Students, Teachers, Principals and Parents) are generated which comprise progressive and comparative evaluation of the student.