Title: 2024 College Academic Ability Test Prepares for Mock Evaluation
Subtitle: Key Changes Expected in Ban Policy Impact
The mock evaluation for the 2024 College Academic Ability Test (CSAT) is set to take place on September 6th. This test will serve as an indicator of the trend that will shape the upcoming CSAT and offer insights into the divisive ban policy on what is referred to as the “kill question,” a controversial topic since the last mock evaluation in June.
The Korea Institute of Curriculum and Evaluation, responsible for administering the CSAT, announced that the mock test will be conducted in 2,139 high schools (including the Bureau of Education) and 485 designated academies nationwide, starting at 8:40 am on the 6th.
A total of 475,825 students have registered for this evaluation, including 371,448 current students and 104,377 graduates. Comparing these numbers to the June mock evaluation, we witness an increase of 12,150 applicants, a decrease of 3,927 registered students, and an increase of 16,077 graduates.
Moreover, compared to the evaluation held in September last year, the current mock assessment witnessed a decrease of 13,545 students. Additionally, registered students decreased by 25,671, while the number of graduates increased by 12,126.
The evaluation agency emphasizes that the mock test serves as a preparatory examination for the upcoming 2024 College Academic Aptitude Test scheduled for November 16th. The nature of the questions, the test format, and the number of questions will mirror those found in the CSAT 2024.
Similar to the CSAT, answer sheets will be scored using an image scanner. Test takers can expect to receive their results on Thursday, October 5th.
Adding value to the mock assessment experience, EBS has announced that it will provide an accurate and reliable “mock assessment analysis service” in collaboration with on-site teachers. This service will be available on the day of the test and includes an on-site teacher bias analysis as well as an EBSi provisional scoring service.
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On the 6th, a mock evaluation will be held in September to measure the trend of the 2024 College Academic Ability Test.
In the mock evaluation in September, it is expected that you will be able to confirm the change in the main key of the exam according to the so-called ‘kill question’ ban policy, which has been controversial since the mock evaluation last June.
The Korea Institute of Curriculum and Evaluation, which oversees the CSAT, announced that the mock test for the 2024 school year will be held in 2,139 high schools (including the Bureau of Education) and 485 designated academies across the country from 8:40 am on the 6th. .
A total of 475,825 students applied for this evaluation, 371,448 current students, and 104,377 graduates.
Compared to the mock evaluation in June, the total number of applicants increased by 12,150, while the number of registered students decreased by 3,927 and the number of graduates increased by 16,077.
Compared to the evaluation in September last year, there was a decrease of 13,545 students, while there was a decrease of 25,671 in the number of registered students and the number of graduates increased by 12,126.
The evaluation agency said, “This evaluation is a preparatory test for the College Academic Aptitude Test 2024, which will be held on November 16th, and the nature of the test, the field of questions, and the number of questions are the same as the CSAT 2024 .”
The answer sheet is scored using an image scanner, just like the CSAT, and test takers will be notified of the results on Thursday, October 5th.
On the other hand, starting with the mock assessment in September, EBS announced that it would provide an accurate and highly reliable ‘mock assessment analysis service’ together with teachers on site.
The mock test analysis service is provided on the day of the test and includes ‘on-site teacher bias analysis’ and ‘EBSi provisional scoring service’.
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