The purpose of the Assessment Department, which is within the body of Atacan Private Educational Institutions, is to contribute to the increase of the quality and efficiency of education while providing “mastery learning" and increasing success.

The Assessment Departments organizes exams and assesses them in order to measure whether the objectives aimed to be achieved in the lessons are realized and to monitor the development level of the student.

It monitors the academic success of the student, which changes according to the years, by analysing the data of the report card and term report card given during the academic year.

It works to create a question bank. The Department shares the information obtained through all these processes with the teachers and school administration.

Preparation for Exams

Preparation for Higher Education Institution Exams (TYT-AYT): It aims to prepare students for the exam with special studies and to ensure uninterrupted development. In line with this purpose, it contributes to the consolidation of the student's knowledge by means of exams during the academic year. As a result of these exams, it determines the subjects to be studied by the students through the analysis on the basis of questions and statistical feedback and informs the relevant teacher. Then, the teachers revise the subjects in question.

The Department cooperates with the Counselling Department to inform students about effective study ways, exam anxiety, professional guidance, universities, ways of gaining knowledge and ways of transferring the gained knowledge back.

Assessment of Success

1. Revision Tests: These test are taken immediately after a subject is taught. It is ensured that the questions about the subject are solved and learned through the test. In this way, the degree of understanding of the subjects is also determined.

2. Reinforcement Tests: These are the tests that include the subjects that are not comprehended in line with the results of revision tests and are conducted to reinforce the understanding of the subject.

3. TYT-AYT Mock Exams: These are the exams for the preparation of university entrance exams. Grade 9, 10 and 11 students have TYT mock exams at least six (6) times through the year. A total of at least 15 mock exams are planned for our Grade 12 students within the scope of TYT and AYT. In addition, remedial programs are implemented for students by the Assessment Department and course teachers.

All exam results of our students and the remedial hours arranged according to these exam results are uploaded to computer programs (OYS) on a student basis, and their academic progress is followed through the program.