How Do I Prepare for the Test?
Students interested to apply for Scholarship may want to prepare for the exam, they are able to do so with practice test provided by Edutest. The Edutest practice tests give students an idea of the style and format of questions that they will encounter on the day of their scholarship exam, but not necessarily the level of difficulty that a scholarship exam will present. Practice tests are available on the left hand column at this page www.edutest.com.my
There are only 20 questions per practice test, while the actual scholarship exams are more detailed and have more questions, with varying degrees of difficulty.
It must be remembered that scholarship and entrance exams are quite demanding and are designed to discriminate students at the top end.
It is important to understand that when sitting a scholarship or entrance test, most children will only get half of the questions correct. Whilst we are unable to provide you with a “score” that is typical. In fact, on some occasions children who get less than half-correct may still receive a relatively good score. It is also very important to explain this to your child, ensuring that they too have realistic expectations prior to sitting the tests. In addition, most scholarship/entrance tests are designed in such a way that many children may not finish every question, so you and your child should not panic if this is the case.
The practice tests are designed to make the student feel comfortable with the style of question. They are not coaching tools and therefore they cannot entirely duplicate the actual scholarship material.