Final Assessment

In a course, a student completes a final assessment to demonstrate their understanding of the material. The final assessment can be in the format of an exam, an activity, or a combination of both. The final assessment test evaluates a student’s understanding of a specific subject, or it can be a total evaluation of all subjects. The final and summative assessments are the same. Both contain end-of-course assessments as well as standardized testing. 

This form of assessment is a tool that allows students to understand what they have learned and teachers to understand how they are teaching. Students will better understand their strengths and shortcomings after completing this assessment and thus work on their weaknesses. 

This assessment also aids teachers in gaining a better understanding of their strengths and areas in which they need to improve when teaching.

Finally, the instructor can use this examination to check for understanding of six different parameters: analysis, learning, synthesis, understanding, evaluation, and applicability.