The ASSET Talent Search Test is an advanced test that challenges students to apply their learning and thinking by answering stimulating questions, which are not usually asked in standard tests.
Grade-level tests may not always challenge academically gifted students sufficiently and reflect their true potential.
The ASSET Talent Search Test addresses this problem by accurately distinguishing the difference between students who are proficient in topics pertaining to their current learning level and students who possess the ability to undertake topics beyond their grade level
For students and parents who feel their children are academically gifted, this test can be a starting point that validates their belief, helping them plan their academic future according to their inherent potential.
The format of the test is as following:
ASSET Talent Search Test includes questions that require a level of thinking that is two grades above the participating student's current grade. For e.g., a grade VII student will be attempting questions that require grade IX level of thinking.
The test is comprised of skill-based multiple choice questions.
It is a no preparation test, as preparing for it would be counter-productive.
Post the test, students receive score cards and participation certificates. ASSET Talent Scholars also receive special certificates and medals.
*Note: The above-mentioned duration represents only the actual testing time and does not include time for check-in process, instructions from test administrators, breaks between test sections and questions from students.
*Note This fee is inclusive only of the ASSET Talent Search Test and does not cover the fee for the ASSET Summer Programme and other opportunities made available through ASSET Talent Search.
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