The UAE Ministry of Education announced the launch of a national standardised computer-based testing system called the Emirates Standardized Test (EmSAT). The EmSAT is considered the first national computer-based bench marking test built to measure skills independently of curriculum for grades (1-4-6-8-10-12).
In accordance with the plan set for the national testing system, the EmSAT is set to replace the CEPA test at government universities. Private universities can also adopt the EmSAT as part of their student admissions process as an alternative to the IELTS and TOEFL exams, which are considered pre-requisites for the admission of high school students into private higher education institutions.
The EmSAT will be implemented in the current academic year of 2016/2017 and will initially cover English, Arabic, mathematics and physics for twelfth grade national students at public and private schools, regardless of the curriculum taught at these schools. Where expatriate students are concerned, the EmSAT will apply only at public and private schools that are using the MOE English language curriculum. The English EmSAT test for twelfth grade students will replace CEPA as an accredited admissions test at UAE universities. The information will enable schools and students to identify areas of strength and weakness and will help guide the direction of academic support that each student needs
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