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Emirates Standardized Test

What is EmSAT

The Emirates Standardized Test (EmSAT) Definition:
The EmSAT is a national system of standardized computer-based tests, based on United Arab Emirates national standards. 
Objectives 
To ensure that students are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively participate in the modern knowledge-based global society.
Importance of EmSAT:
• Specifies the students’ performance level nationally and internationally.
• Supports the Ministry of Education in evaluating the government and the private schools’ performance.
• The alternative of other higher education entry tests.
• Measures students’ performance improvement over the time.
• Helps the government and the private schools in developing improvements plans for students’ current performance. 
• Helps cycle two students to select for themselves suitable education track for their cycle three level.
• Helps the higher management to take decisions to improve the educational system.

EmSAT Types:
Baseline Test
 Measures grade 1 students’ skills and knowledge. It provides decision-makers with data on grade 1 students’ performance as they transit from kindergarten to general education.