1. IAIS (International Assessment for Indian Schools)
AKA (also known as) Macmillan or University of South of Wales, Australia Test
Subjects English, Computer Science, Math, Science
2. Asset testing
ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLASTIC SKILLS THROUGH EDUCATIONAL TESTING (ASSET)
Core Subjects: English, Maths and Science
Optional Subjects: Social Studies and Hindi
Based on the Indian curriculum (CBSE, ICSE and state boards)
Detailed Skill-wise feedback with customized letter for every student
Conducted in the school during school hours
Schools choose to take the test in summer (July-August) or winter (December)
Similar to IAIS. But supposed to be slightly easier.
Class Grade : From 1-12
Around October of every year
Subjects: Science, English, Mathematics, Computers.
Relatively easy compared to IAIS.
4. NTSE exam (National Talent Science Exam by Unified Council)
Class Grades : 2-12
Around Jan 31, 2010 ( depends on school)
Subjects: In the 2nd and 3rd grade, they are on science and mathematics. Later more specialized subjects like chemistry, biology, physics, General Knowledge are offered.
Traditionally, supposed to be good foundation for other tests offered after school: Exams like IIT-JEE, AIEEE, AFMC, AIIMS, GRE, GMAT, CAT etc.
5. STAR Test in California ( In U.S, not in India)
Class Grade: 2-12
Only Indian students can participate in online practice.
6. MCAS in Masschsetts
[ Same as in 5th case]
7. ETS – Educational Testing Service
10. Jr. Scientist Exam
11. C.V Raman Exam
12. Homi Bhaba Exam
13. IPM Mathematcis exam (scholarship is provided)
14. IGSC Scholarship Exam
15. Biggest Debate & Verbal competation