Continuous assessment was introduced in schools following the adoption of 6-
3-3-4 system of education. The intention was to make assessment of the leaner more
reliable, valid, objective and comprehensive. Since the emphasis is now on the totality
of learning, it becomes necessary to evolve and use an assessment system that will
consider all aspects of teaching.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM.
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY.
SCOPE OF THE STUDY.
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
THE CONCEPT OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT.
REASONS FOR CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL.
THE OBJECTIVES OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT.
CHALLENGES IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL
FACTORS AFFECTING THE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF
IMPLICATIONS OF THE FINDINGS.
MULITPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS ON THE PRACTICE OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT