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ADU Department FAQs

What is the syllabus for regular QATs?

Since tests are conducted biannually therefore two different types of syllabi are developed for all PEF programs, one for March April and other for October / November. These books are sent to partner schools in the start of academic year. However, both syllabi can be downloaded from:

http://pef.edu.pk/downloads-content-list.html

Which classes are tested for QATs?

According to the policy defined by BOD-PEF, two classes from primary level and three classes from elementary and secondary levels are tested. The classes to be tested are selected randomly.

How can we get the model test papers for QATs?

Model papers are available on web and these can be downloaded from:

http://pef.edu.pk/downloads-model-papers.html

What is the passing percentage for a school in regular QAT?

According to the policy defined by BOD-PEF, following is the programme wise passing criteria for regular QAT:

Programme

Criteria

FAS

75% Students must secure 40% average marks

EVS

50% Students must secure 40% average marks

NSP

50% Students must secure 33% average marks

What is the selection criterion for top performing school and teachers’ honoraria?

Reward to the best performing school in district is calculated by assigning 50% weightage to number of students tested and 50% weightage to average percentage of marks (with 90-100%  percentage of students scoring above 40% marks).

Criteria
(50%,50%,(90% students-40% marks))

No of schools with weighted average >100

No of students tested

Average %age of marks

% age of Students scoring above 40% marks

Maximum weighted average

 Honoraria for top performing schools in the OOSC districts:

Criterion: Reward to the best performing school in district is calculated by assigning 50% weightage to number of students tested and 50% weightage to average percentage of marks (with 90-100%  percentage of students scoring above 40% marks).

Criteria
(50%,50%,(90% students-40% marks))

No of schools with weighted average >100

No of students tested

Average %age of marks

% age of Students scoring above 40% marks

Maximum weighted average