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Information on over 40 of the tests recommended for use in GCSE Access Arrangements assessments. Information on each test includes: name of test; supplier/cost; description; age range; suggestions for use within Access Arrangements; comments. PDF.
Record on one sheet everything you need to complete form 8 for JCQ Access Arrangements. PDF.
It is often helpful for those reading a report if scores are represented visually on a chart, but it can be difficult to show scores accurately. This Excel document will help make the task quicker, easier and more accurate. When you type in a score a cross appears in the appropriate cell. (Updated version for 2022 including new SASC level descriptors and Pre & Post 16 report formats) Excel and PDF introduction.
Notes explaining to candidates how each arrangement works during the exam, in Word so that you can adapt for your centre.
This pack will enable you to run training for staff (approximately 1 hour) covering training for Readers, Scribes, Invigilators and other adult helpers in GCSE and A-level examinations. The zip file that you will receive electronically contains PDF slides that you can project or print, a master copy of handouts and general instructions.
A short training session (about 20 to 30 minutes) to make centre staff (e.g. subject teachers, heads of department etc.) aware of what arrangements are available. PDF.
A range of documents designed and used by colleagues working in the area of Access Arrangements and assessment. Resources include: responsibilities checklist, checklist for prioritising areas of difficulty, a skills questionnaire, feedback sheet on how useful arrangements were, request for evidence of normal way of working & exam strategy sheet. PDF.
Record on one sheet all the evidence for an application and confirm with a parental signature. PDF.
A document detailing tests measuring different areas of speed of working, including which area of processing they cover for recording in Form 8 Part 2. This is particularly helpful when applying for Extra Time now that the two standardised scores needed must relate to two different areas of speed of working.