For teachers of ACT, SAT, and ISEE prep classes, Piqosity allows them to spend less time assessing and more time differentiating. Using Piqosity for regular assessments like tests, quizzes, and homework can easily save the average teacher 40 hours a month.
Steps in Creating, Administering, and Scoring a Test
1. Write 25-question test for 100 students
2. Work test to ensure accuracy and difficulty
3. Select different questions for advanced students
4. Select unique questions for each student according to skill level
5. Format test on computer
6. Print out test
7. Grade test
8. Determine each student's strengths and weaknesses
9. Ensure some students didn't cheat
10. Write note to student and parents detailing analysis
Total Time to Give a Test
One website for administering tests, quizzes, and homework.
Nearly 7,000 ACT, SAT, & ISEE questions and answer explanations.
Piqosity instantly grades all assignments on submission.
Real Time Score Estimates
Students see a “real score estimate” that updates continually with practice.
Strengths & Weaknesses
Piqosity analyzes practice results down to the sub-topic level.
Multiple protections guard against & identify cheating.
See when students logged in and exactly what they did.
Assign students specific practice problems with deadlines.
Respond to student requests for answer explanations online.
Prepare Lecture Notes
Teachers of classroom-based ACT, SAT, & ISEE test prep courses can also use Piqosity to prepare for in-class lectures. You can pre-work demonstration problems before class so that you present them flawlessly.
Watch a 1-Minute Demo
Take off with us! Piqosity is in beta. Students can currently practice for the ACT, SAT, and Upper Level ISEE.
By MK Chapman|2021-09-22T14:33:57-05:00September 22nd, 2021|Categories: ACT, SAT|
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