My School is a data-based resource, which had long been collected and published for the public in series of annual reports by the State Students Admission Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan since 1995 and become accessable online in ....The primary purpose of My School in Azerbaijan is to provide an easily accessible source of statistical information on school performance indicators of all public and private schools in the country. This online resource helps to compare schools and their levels of achievements across other schools in a region within the accumulated 20 years of data.
An integrated functionality makes My School an extremely useful tool for parents, school principals, school staff and members of pedagogical communities, as well as policy-makers to make informed decisions about children’s level of achievement and learning outcomes, and can potentially contribute to both policy discussions and public debates in the country.
School Performance Indicators
This site is an interactive resource about Your school. By selecting a district of a city and number of school, you can search detailed information on the results demonstrated by the graduates of Your school in the undergraduate admissions examination, nationwide, since 1995. Once you run a search, illustrated data sets come out and reflect Your high school’s performance indicators*, disbursed for different subjects of male and female graduates, which allows you to compare specific indicators of your school with the same category of indicators of other schools in the country.
*Performance indicators are considered to be the results of undergraduate admission examinations and school exit examinations (for graduates of 9th and 11th grades).
Undergraduate Admissions Examination
Analysis of Dynamics in School Indicators (Admissions Results, 1995-2014)
a) Dynamics of Response Rate (%) and Average Test Scores for Subjects
The dynamics of response rate is the analysis of correct answers vs. incorrect answers on subjects of undergraduate admission examinations, responded by the school graduates attending these examinations in the period of 1995-2014. Average test score for subjects is based on the scaled comparison of response rate for sujects with a national average.
The value of correct answers in % varies in the range of 0-100%, and the closer the value to 100 percent, the better results are demonstrated by school graduates. For example, the value of 100% would mean that all school graduates responded test items correctly in all examined subjects.
Scaled comparison of response rate with a national avergae for subjects means how many times a school stays behind or outperforms the national average. Value greater than “1” indicates that the rate of school was higher or less than “1” - below the national average.
Followed by a table, it presents a comparative analysis of indicators for male and female graduates.
Statistical information marked in red color within the distribution tables are not considered in the analysis due to representing a school with a small number of gradute applicants.
b) Dynamics of undergraduate admissions
The first table illustrates descriptive statistics of school graduates’ enrollment for the period of 1995-2014.
The generalized index of university enrollment per school is a sophisticated indicator derived from the calculations of two basic parameters of university enrollment: Percentage of enrollment and Average test scores of enrolled school graduates. The magnitude of the intex provides an indication of the deviation from the national average “1”. So, if value of the index is higher than “1”, then graduates of the school outperforms the national average. If value of the index is lower than “1”, then graduates of the school stays behind the national average.
School Leaving Examination (IX and XI grades)
a) The Dynamics of Correct Response Rate for Subjects (%)
Here is the analysis of indicators of correct answers on subjects of graduates of 2012-2014. The value of correct answers in % varies in the range of 0-100%, and the closer the value to 100 percent, the better results were demonstrated by school graduates. For example, the value of 100% would mean that all school graduates responded test items correctly in all examined subjects.
Scaled response rate compared with the national averagefor subjects refers to the degree a school stays behind or outperforms the national average. Value greater than “1” indicates that the index of the school was higher or less than “1” - below the national average.
The table also presents a comparative analysis of indicators for male and female graduates.