National Curriculum Assessment Programs
Welcome to MyNCAP
National Curriculum Assessment Program or NCAP is a third party organization that develops, assesses, analyzes, and provides functional and evidence-based quantifiable data or results using advanced psychometric that will help monitor students’ achievement and proficiency levels at each level of their academic careers at the Basic, Junior High, and Senior Secondary School levels. NCAP is also equipped to provide useful data to teachers and educational planners to help draw up or review existing curriculum. Teachers, being the front liners deserve to know how the national curriculum is helping them to achieve student proficiency. Teachers are able to instantly identify challenges in students' learning after a thorough NCAP result has been released to students.
NCAP is also equipped to provide different assessment services to non-educational institutions and government institutions that need data on employee performance and proficiency.
Formative Assessment Process
The formative assessment is a deliberate process used by teachers and students during instruction that provides actionable feedback that is used to adjust ongoing teaching and learning strategies to improve students’ attainment of curricular learning targets/goals.
At NCAP, our unique systems utilize our full functionalities to nail to the minutest academic challenge students will face.
Interim Assessment: The Optional Periodic Test
The optional interim assessments allow teachers to check student progress throughout the year, giving them information they can use to improve their instruction and help students meet the challenge of college- and career-ready standards.
Summative Assessment:The End-of-Year Test
Summative assessments determine students’ progress toward college and career readiness in English language arts/literacy and math. These are given at the end of the school year and consist of two parts: a computer adaptive test and a performance task.
Who We Work With
We believe education should be accessible to everyone, everywhere, regardless of income level or access to resources.
We have testing centers across the country where students can walk in to take assessments to determine their educational levels
What We Do
Our programs are for everyone.
Test Development and Design