Interactive Computerised Assessment System (InCAS)

Sample questions

InCAS questions are presented visually on-screen, and a voice recording delivers instructions to the student. Students are not required to read other than for word decoding, word recognition and comprehension items.

The sample questions on this page come from the general maths and word decoding components. The examples show some of the easiest items and some of the harder items.

Word decoding sample questions

In word decoding, the student hears a word and chooses the correct representation from those on screen.

Simple word decoding items include screens such as:

Correct spelling of fly

Correct spelling of went

Harder word decoding items include screens such as:

Correct spelling of performs

Correct spelling of sufficient

General mathematics sample questions

Simple general maths items include screens such as:

How many sides does a square have?

What is 2 + 1?

Harder general maths items include screens such as:

How many edges does a cube have?

Choose the equivalent fractions

 

Interactive Computerised Assessment System (InCAS)

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Wednesday, 23 December, 2009 2:27 PM

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