T-Score is a portal for education activities among students and teachers with abundant contents and useful features. It provides cumulative and intensive exercises prepared by the expert teachers of AKRAM (Angkatan Kerja Rajin dan Mulia) with their years of experience in their respective fields in KBSR and KBSM curriculum.
AKRAM is a non-profit organization that are responsible to prepare internal exam questions and study modules for UPSR, SPM and STPM in the state of Terengganu. A part of this team also have experience preparing questions for the Malaysian Examination Council. According to a conducted study, the group’s work has played a key factor to the nationwide achievement of highest record of full scores in UPSR in the state of Terengganu for ten years in a row.
The T-score materials fully comply and reflect the current curriculum and standard of Malaysia Education Ministry. A group of panels act as a quality assurance team to ensure the superiority and distinctiveness of the content.
The system is significantly practical for the following features :
1. A wealth of high quality questions
Over 100,000 questions pooled by the high-established, experienced teachers of AKRAM
2. Real examination format
Objective and subjective papers format are covered. Students are able to answer objectively and key in essay type answers and attach diagram or graph to support answer. A panel of teachers are assigned to mark and evaluate these essay type answers and students will receive feedback.
3. Convenient evaluation.
Students’ scores and time elapses records are tabulated in a stately manner for immediate evaluation on teacher’s interface.
4. Multi-layer evaluation
Data are available for viewing for school admin, PPD or JPN to determine students and schools’ performance and status. Data can be collected without hassle to evaluate per subject or per student performance and from the result, necessary action can be taken.
5. Prompt answer scheme display.
Spares the students some time when students want to check their answer and effectively can “learn from mistake”.
6. Answer time.
Students can check how long they take and create a sense of urgency to simulate real examination experience.
Students can work anytime and anywhere wherever there is Internet access.*
8. Standardize questions for all students
Equal opportunity for students located in different areas and from different socioeconomic background.
9. File sharing
Students and teachers can upload and download notes from each other.
Forums, chatrooms and private messaging features that let student interact with each other in one place.
11. Synchronized examination
When the system is used on large scale, examination across state or nation can be executed precisely at the same time. Less hassle and lead time in distributing the questions and less risk of exam leaks. And easier monitoring of the examination progress. Hence, more accurate exam results.
Note *: For schools with no or unstable internet access, the T-score contents can be stored in the school’s server for local access.
Last Updated Wednesday, March 23 2011 @ 03:00 PM MYT