Whatever your school’s specific admissions testing requirements, we’re confident we have an up-to-date solution that will provide the level of challenge and accuracy you require in an admissions test, as well as the comprehensive data to offer places to the calibre of pupils you require.
We pride ourselves on the reliability and accuracy of our assessments, so we’re constantly adding new rigorously tested questions to make sure our tests are up to date. This large, constantly evolving bank of questions also reduces the possibility of the tests becoming predictable. Test results are aged-standardised and robustly analysed by our statistical experts.
Digital tests are easy to administer, adaptive, fully secure and provide instant results. If you prefer to use paper tests, we provide a scoring service, or our new custom-built Quartz software enables you to mark quickly and accurately yourself.
As we know, selective schools and the process of admissions testing can sometimes be a contentious issue. Our PR and legal team have over 15 years’ experience in working with schools to protect their hard won reputations/integrity.
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Tests covering, verbal and non-verbal reasoning, spatial reasoning, maths and English reveal overall ability and give an indication of current achievement.
Covering both verbal and non-verbal reasoning, these tests show both how well pupils engage with language and provide insight into those who think more easily in images than words.
CAT4 provides a rounded profile of ability and a unique profile of strengths and weaknesses across four batteries, as well as indicators of GCSE performance.
Developed in partnership with the Independent Schools Examinations Board, this adaptive, digital test provides a standardised measure of ability and attainment and is used by over 50 senior schools.