Are there any benefits to KASA EXAMS?

Students benefit because the graduate program needs to assess student's progress toward achieving the expected knowledge- and skill-based competencies-a process referred to as formative assessment. Formative assessment allows for the early identification of the need for additional help instead of waiting until the end of the program. 

The public benefits because students are assessed in the final stages of their education as well-a process referred to as summative assessment-and this ensures that they have achieved the critical set of knowledge-based and skill-based competencies needed to serve the public competently.

The combination of formative and summative assessments that constitute KASA ensure that students who complete the program have truly gained the knowledge and the skills that they need to function as competent professionals.

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