Problem Solving Assessment was introduced by CBSE in the year 2013 for the students of class IX and XI. It was designed with an objective to inculcate general and high order thinking skills in students. The aim of PSA test is to evaluate and improve decision making, communication ability, creative and constructive thinking of students.
Its main goal is to access a student’s skill to process, understand and use the information rather than evaluating them on their material knowledge. It is an efficient method to teach students things outside their bookish world. it has a practical approach.
Following areas are assessed under PSA;
Features of PSA
PSA Registration/Application Form
Exam and Result Date
How to Prepare?
CBSE PSA exam is not subject based. It is based on a student’s knowledge and understanding of concepts in his/her previous classes and to use this information in real life scenario. The fundamental requirement for this process is how well you can understand the language and requirements of the problem. The questions are designed in such a way that the students have to use their mental ability to analyze and calculate the chances of occurring of a specific problem.
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