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The Diagnostic Assessment Data Entry software has been developed by the Mauritius
Examinations Syndicate (MES) to enable the recording and analysis of results for the Diagnostic
Assessment at Grade 3. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for the installation and use
of the software.

Primary School Achievement Certificate (PSAC)

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Important Notes

This software should only be used to record the Diagnostic Assessment results for Grade 3

The information recorded will be used by the MES for tracking pupils’ progress. It is thus
important that the particulars (Name, NID & Gender) of each pupil are carefully recorded as
per his/her Birth Certificate.

Information about each student should be recorded for both subjects, ENGLISH and
MATHEMATICS. To avoid duplicating the operation as at (2) above, you will be required
3.1. start entering the data for ENGLISH first.
3.2. click on the button [Populate Records for MATHEMATICS] after you have finished
entering all the data for ENGLISH.

A record with the details of particulars for each
pupil will thus be created automatically to be used for MATHEMATICS. The record
can be edited to input the assessment results in MATHEMATICS.

This software is a stand-alone application. The database will be installed on the PC on which
the application is set up. At the end of the exercise, the data file(s) should be emailed to the
Mauritius Examinations Syndicate (MES) at the following email address:

NOTE: The software can be installed on more than one PC. The software will work
independently of one another on the different PCs. Consequently, if three PCs are involved,
data will be saved in three different data files.

Under such circumstances, it is imperative
that all entries for ENGLISH & MATHEMATICS for a particular CLASS be saved on the
same PC.

At the end of the exercise, if 3 PCs are used, 3 different data files (one from each
PC) would have to be emailed to the MES after renaming each data file appropriately – this
is explained in Section 7.0: Exporting and emailing the data file.