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From 1st August 2013, due to a change in UK law, all CEM prices are subject to VAT at the standard rate (20%), which will be added to invoices as applicable. BACKGROUND: Following the HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) consultation in December 2012 on the wi...
Secondary Post-16: * How do we send results? [1] * What's our password? [2] * What is _Preliminary _Value-added? [3] * How can we register before we know how many students will be in the lower-sixth? [4] * What data do we have to send? [5] ...
Yes - we will continue to provide access to historical reports for the INSIGHT service until January 2019.
Our aim at CEM is to deliver systems that are of real value to our user, and making sure we respond to the needs of our customers is key to our strategic direction. The withdrawal of the INSIGHT service will enable CEM to focus on delivering the best poss...
Yes - we will continue to produce Value Added reports for previous cohorts up until December 2018.
Yellis is our adaptive secondary baseline assessment for students aged 14-16 and is designed to measure student performance, potential and attitudes in Years 10 and 11. Yellis assesses three key cognitive areas involving a combination of multiple choice a...
MidYIS and Yellis will all include predictions for the new 1-9 grading format.
Yes - there will be a full decimal point system I place which will display split grades for 1-9. There will also be an option to convert feedback from points to grades.
We have collaborated with Ofqual in order to align grade boundaries on the new GCSE scale in relation to the old scale. CEM are using these equivalences together with existing GCSE data to generate prediction for the new qualifications.
New GCSEs in English language, English literature and maths have been taught in schools in England from September 2015, and so the first examination results on the new scale will come out in August 2017. While the first results on the new scale will just ...
Revised predictions will be available for any student who will be eligible for exams under the new grading format. Predictions based on the 1-9 grading system are available for cohorts that sat our assessments from 2012/2013 onwards.
If a student has to retake an assessment you will need to enable resits. To do this, log on to SECONDARY+ and select SET UP THE ASSESSMENTS. This will take you to the ASSESSMENT CENTRE. Select the appropriate assessment (CABT and the current year) and...
The feedback you receive from CEM monitoring systems is based on data gathered from thousands of pupils doing the same assessment. This allows you to compare the results of individuals against the whole sample of pupils using the same test. These samples ...
Testing students' developed ability is central to what we do at CEM. It represents the student's propensity to acquire new skills and knowledge and results from a combination of inherited traits, their goals and motivations, their interaction with adul...
The CABT takes between 45 minutes and an hour.
Value-added is a measure of progress over a given period of time. _ALIS _and _CEM IBE _compare results of post-16 examinations to performance in examinations immediately prior to the sixth-form or to scores from tests taken at the beginning of a studen...
The Computer Adaptive Baseline Test (CABT) provides a baseline for predictions. These are often used as a second set of predictions showing different aspects to predictions from a student's average (I)GCSE score.