Overview of School Readiness to Face the Computer-Based National Examination in Gowa District, South Sulawesi: Analysis of Test Results of Computer-Based Tests (CBT) and Paper-Based Tests (PBT)
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- School readiness level indicator, CBNE, CBT, PBT, score results
At present, the Computer-Based National Examination (CBNE) model to replace the Paper and Pencil-Based National Examination (PBNE). The National Examination Organizer assumes that the items displayed on the monitor screen have the same difficulty index when presented on paper. Based on this assumption, CBNE and PBNE are considered equal. However, judging from the context and the situation, the paper pencil-based test (PBT) and computer-based test (CBT) model has differences, namely the number of items in the range of views, test aid, the types of question that can be displayed, the color of the test items, how to do the test, the need for basic knowledge of operating a computer, and the habit factor. The differences between the two test models can be psychologically influential when working on a computer-based test. This research is to review how schools prepare their students for CBNE. This research uses a combination of development methods and quantitative methods. The development method is used to develop (1) a set of question item packages and (2) Computer-Based Testing (CBT) software. The test was conducted on 452 students in class XII, from 3 (three) schools in Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi, namely SMK N 1 Gowa, SMK N 2 Gowa, and SMK N 4 Gowa. The statistical test results showed the level of school readiness in preparing students for CBNE. If the results of the statistical test do not show any differences in the results of the test scores, then the school students are considered ready to implement CBNE. If the results of the statistical test show that there are differences in the results of the test scores, then the magnitude of the average results will be seen. If the average size of the PBT group test scores is lower than the CBT group test scores, then the school students are considered ready for CBNE. However, if the average amount of PBT group test scores is higher than the CBT group test scores, then the school students are considered not ready for CBNE. The results showed that, in general, students at the schools are considered ready for CBNE.
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TY - CONF AU - Syahrul AU - Iwan Suhardi AU - N.F.H. Alifya PY - 2020 DA - 2020/10/27 TI - Overview of School Readiness to Face the Computer-Based National Examination in Gowa District, South Sulawesi: Analysis of Test Results of Computer-Based Tests (CBT) and Paper-Based Tests (PBT) BT - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Education, Science, and Technology (ICEST 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 18 EP - 24 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201027.004 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.201027.004 ID - 2020 ER -