[Sách] Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Progression Tests

What are the Cambridge Primary Progression Tests?
Cambridge Primary Progression Tests are a series of tests, from stages 3 to 6, which can be used within a school to monitor progress of individuals and classes of learners for English as a first and second language, mathematics and science. They can be used to provide diagnostic feedback which can inform further teaching and learning, or can be used for reporting purposes. They can also be used to assess the performance of the learners against an international benchmark.
What are the Cambridge Lower Secondary Progression Tests?
The Cambridge Lower Secondary Progression Tests are a series of tests covering stages 7, 8 and 9, which can be used within a school to monitor progress of individuals and classes of learners. They can also be used to provide diagnostic feedback and to assess the performance of the learners against an international benchmark.
Paper-based tests are available for English, English as a Second Language, mathematics and science and are included in the programme fee. Onscreen versions that require less time to mark are available for English, mathematics and science at an extra fee.
Why are there no Progression Tests for stages 1 or 2 of Cambridge Primary?
Cambridge believes learners in stages 1 and 2 are too young for written examinations. For this reason, we do not produce Progression Tests for these stages.
It is important that teachers get to know their learners and give them regular, targeted, feedback to help them make progress.
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