If your child appeared in the FamTest 2019, personalised results have been sent to your registered e-mail address on Sunday, 7th July 2019. If you haven't received your child's results, kindly check your Spam folder before contacting us.

Your child’s personalised result includes a detailed analysis about their individual performance along with recommendations for possible areas of improvement. In addition, an overall analysis (with anonymised data) is being published below for a general overview of the FamTest 2019. We hope you find it useful. We wish your child all the best with their exams in September. ~ Wilson’s PFA Team

 

Results by Overall Standardised score (PDF Version) & (Excel Version), with anonymised data, shows the following:

Maths & English Combined:

  • Total score
  • Total Standardised score
  • Overall Rank
  • Overall Rank by Gender

Maths:

  • Score
  • Percentage
  • Standardised score
  • Overall Rank
  • Overall Rank by Gender

 English:

  • Score
  • Percentage
  • Standardised score
  • Overall Rank
  • Overall Rank by Gender

Images:

  • Graph 1: Results spread based on Standardised score - Overall.
  • Graph 2: Results spread based on Standardised score - Boys.
  • Graph 3: Results spread based on Standardised score - Girls.
  • Example 1: Answer sheet marked badly. May result in marks being lost.
  • Example 2: Answer sheet marked badly. May result in marks being lost.
  • Example 3: Answer sheet marked lightly. May result in marks being lost. Tip: Always use a HB pencil.
  • Example 4: Answers erased badly. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Use a good quality eraser.
  • Example 5: Shading outside the box. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Use the answer sheet marked well (Example 7) as a guideline.
  • Example 6: Answer(s) crossed out, not erased. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Erase incorrect answers with a good eraser.
  • Example 7: Answer sheet marked well. Tip: Use this as a guideline for the SET.
  • Maths: Blank Answer Sheet Tip: Use this to practice at home.
  • English: Blank Answer Sheet  Tip: Use this to practice at home.

 

Results spread by standardised scores

 

Results spread on standardised score Boys

 

Results spread on standardised score Girls 

Example 1: Answer sheet marked badly. May result in marks being lost.

 Marked badly example 1

 

Example 2: Answer sheet marked badly. May result in marks being lost.

 Marked badly example 2

 

Example 3: Answer sheet marked lightly. May result in marks being lost. Tip: Always use a HB pencil.

 

Marked lightly example 1

 

Example 4: Answers erased badly. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Use a good quality eraser.

 

Marked badly example 3

 

Example 5: Shading outside the box. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Use the answer sheet marked well (Example 7) as a guideline.

 

Marked badly example 4

 

Example 6: Answer(s) crossed out, not erased. Will result in marks being lost. Tip: Erase incorrect answers with a good eraser.

 

Marked badly example 5

 

Example 7: Answer sheet marked well. Tip: Use this as a guideline for the SET.

 

Marked well example 1

 

Maths: Blank Answer Sheet Tip: Use this to practice at home.

 

Maths Practice paper

 

English: Blank Answer Sheet Tip: Use this to practice at home.

 

English Practice paper