NST-Mop-up For Schools Fill the Form- Download Past Questions
The Ministry of Education through National Council for Curriculum and Assessment would conduct the remaining 2022 National Standardized Test-NST in all Private schools who were not captured in the just ended main National exercise.
This comes after Eduwatch, stakeholder forum on the NST 2022, called the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) to reorganise the National Standardized Test (NST) for Basic four learners in public and private schools who could not participate in the 2022 edition of the Test for various reasons.
According to Eduwatch Less than 8% of private schools participated in the NST for Basic 4 pupils due to poor coordination. Many private schools could not participate, even though made full
It is worth emphasising, that the participation of all Ghanaian basic school learners, whether public or private is critical to improving teaching, learning and learning outcomes in line with the SDG 4 targets.
We call on the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) to organise a
mop up exercise at the beginning of the next academic year, for private schools who
paid but could not participate in the test, and public schools who could not write all
NaCCA and the Ministry of Education must create a space for Civil Society participation
in the planning and monitoring of the NST. This should start with a multi-stakeholder
review of the 2022 NST for the purpose of improving the process.
More details and Recommendations Reorganise the National Standardized Test (NST) for Schools
Here are the details required to sign in for the mop-up
NAME OF SCHOOL *
EMIS CODE IF ANY
SCHOOL TELEPHONE NUMBER *
TOTAL NUMBER OF BASIC 2 WHO HAVE NOT DONE THE TEST
TOTAL NUMBER OF BASIC 4 WHO HAVE NOT DONE THE TEST
Here is the link to the Forms
Here are some questions we obtained from social media, we hope your students can revise them.
HERE ARE PREVIOUS QUESTIONS FOR REVISION
FANTASTIC BY NaCCA
To the Test Administrator
Please make sure you read the following before you start the test:
1. All learners have the appropriate materials:
• Test booklet
• Test answer sheet
• Pencil and eraser
• Sheet of paper for making notes
2. All learners are comfortably seated with enough space between each other to ensure that they do not copy
3. Please ensure that all learners understand the role of the two documents that they have:
a. Test booklet containing the questions and 4 possible answers for each question
b. The test answer sheet where they should record their answers
4. Learners must be very careful to record their answer in the right place — corresponding to the question number that they are answering
5. Tell learners to read the instructions page in their test booklet.
6. Make sure all learners understand what they have to do. If necessary, explain using the blackboard.
The listening test:
Make sure all learners have their test booklets open on the Section A: Listening page (go round the room and quickly check that students are open at the right page)
PRACTICE QUESTION TEXT:
Draw a straight line from A to B.
When you have finished the listening test, tell the learners to start the rest of the test, starting with Section B on the next page of the booklet.
Remind them to record their answers in the right place on the answer sheet.
Here is the text. Please listen carefully. You will hear the text twice.
A small invisible virus
Has brought the world’s economy to her knees
Sends shivers down spines
Old or young, rich or poor It does not spare
Face mask, handwashing, hand sanitizers
The only way to stop
To be in the Test Administrator’s manual
Question 1: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
1. A small invisible virus has brought the world economy to her knees. What does it mean?
The world economy is kneeling down
B. The world economy is progressing
c. The world economy is stack
D. The world economy is destroyed
Question 2: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
2. What does the expression “It does not spare” mean? The virus infects all those exposed to it B. The virus infects the rich.
c. The virus infects the poor. D. The virus infects the old.
Question 3: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
3. From the poem, how can we stop the virus from spreading?
A. We should wash our hands with kerosene
B. We should bath with sanitizers.
c. We should practice social distancing
D. We should bath with soap.
Question 4: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
4. Which of the following is true about the virus?
A. The Virus is clear.
B. The Virus is beautiful.
c. The Virus can be seen.
D. The Virus cannot be seen.
John and his little brother Abu had not seen their father for the past five years. He travelled away when they were still very young. John was six years old while Abu was only three. Today, Mrs. Mensah and her children are all very happy. Dad is returning home from America.
To be in the Test Administrator’s manual
Question 5: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
5. Who was returning home that day?
c. Mrs. Mensah
Question 6: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
6. If the Dad spent 10 years in America, how old is John now?
Question 7: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
7. What will be the sum of the ages of John and his brother now if their father spent 6 years abroad?
Question 8: Here is the question. Please listen carefully. You will hear the question twice.
8. Draw a triangle. Then draw a straight line inside the triangle. Now write the letter C inside the triangle at the top. What should you draw?
Other Questions English and mathematics
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