iSkills™ Score Usage

The results of the iSkills™ assessment help administrators and faculty determine the strengths and weaknesses of individual students, the entire student body, or subgroups defined by language, ethnic background, class year, major or other characteristics.

The iSkills assessment provides individual student and aggregate institutional data that can be used to analyze the performance of various groups. These groups include students transitioning from high school to postsecondary education at two- and four-year schools, and students transitioning to upper-level coursework or from community colleges to four-year programs.

The iSkills assessment delivers individual and group data for use in:

  • Student evaluation and placement
  • Assessment of student ability to think critically online
  • Curriculum development and deployment decisions
  • Accreditation and accountability initiatives

For more information about the iSkills assessment, contact an ETS Advisor.