reform

  1. Scaling new heights

    Kate Kelly reports from a special seminar hosted by CERP to examine how comparative judgement might be used in assessment

  2. Differentiating differences

    How does tiering at GCSE differ from a system of ‘extension’ papers? And how do those systems differ from the old two-level system of CSEs and O-levels?

  3. Are my exams harder than yours?

    "I got a B. But it was with the hard exam board..."

  4. Girls and STEM- the 'missing' numbers

    There may be concerns about the number of girls choosing STEM subjects at A-level, but tens of thousands more girls (and boys) are studying science post-16 than in the ‘90s. Anna Nagle digs into the figures

  5. Forty Years On

    Emma Armitage and Ben Jones dispel some of the myths that surround the evolution of standards, as historic A-level Computer Science papers come to light