The iSkills™ assessment is the only test of critical thinking skills in a digital environment that simulates real-world scenarios to get a true measure of your students' knowledge of and ability to function in today's data-rich world.
Unlike other assessments of ICT literacy, the iSkills assessment uses scenarios that require students to complete specific tasks rather than answer multiple-choice questions.
The test is formatted as follows:
|Administration method||Proctored – On-campus
Can be given in one or two sessions
Proctored – Off-campus (using a remote proctor)
Must be administered in one session
|Test length||60 minutes; allow approximately 75 minutes for demographic questionnaire and other test-related activities|
|Task types||14 short tasks that take approximately 4 minutes each|
|Score availability||Scores are available immediately|
|Minimum number of test takers for meaningful and stable results on aggregated score reports||50|