Diagnose starting points
Establish what students are capable of, then challenge them at the appropriate level for effective learning.
Monitor students progress
Assess at recommended intervals to measure learning growth over time. Reporting at an individual, group or year level is quick and easy.
Flexible, secure and easy to administer
Each assessment is administered in under 60 minutes through ACER’s secure online platform.
Assess mathematical literacy and understanding across abilities that have been mapped to the Indonesian curriculum, with international standard.
Diagnose Bahasa language skills and reading comprehension according to the Indonesian Language Proficiency Standard (SKBI).
PAT assessments have been validated through item trials and psychometric research. The suite is also based on comprehensive framework that defines the constructs for assessing competence in the field of numeracy and literacy at school to individual level to complement the education policies and National Assessment (AN) and Minimum Competency Assessment (AKM). PAT assessment is also based on ACER’s extensive experience and expertise in preparing international standard assessments that can be adapted to local context in various countries, including Indonesia.
ACER’s sophisticated online platform helps you spend less time on administration and planning and more time making the most of the insights from effective assessments.
Reliable, efficient delivery through a tried and tested online platform
Delivering online assessment excellence since 2011
Trusted by thousands of schools and systems around the world
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The PAT assessments are based on decades of research and supported by evidence from schools around the world