Access Arrangements for the Common Pre-Tests

Modified on Fri, 06 Oct 2023 at 11:13 AM

We are proud that our newly upgraded Common Pre-Tests assessments have been designed by the assessment industry’s leading academics and experts. 

Whilst we are confident of the robust research and assessment design that underpins our new tests, we will strive to continually evolve them to ensure that we continue to be a leading provider of current research-based assessments now and in the future. Pupil assessment is evolving, and ISEB is committed to providing schools, teachers, parents and pupils with the best research, assessment designs, access arrangement guidance and inclusive features to support all children. When redesigning our assessments, we commissioned research from leading neuroscientists, who specialise in fair and equitable assessment for SEND and neurodiverse children. 

The research underpins this document and means we can confidently provide schools and parents with guidelines to help ensure that access arrangement decisions are fair to all. ISEB’s core values are to accept, transform and inspire. These values inform everything we do and create.

Read the Access Arrangements Guide for the Common Pre-Tests.

Read through the SEND FAQ.

Click here to download the report template to request SEND information from the current school.

View our webinar for further information and answers to the frequently asked questions about SEND and EAL.

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