Research Matters

Research Matters

Research Matters is our free biannual publication which allows us to share our assessment research, in a range of fields, with the wider assessment community. It features articles showcasing the wide variety of qualitative and quantitative research we carry out.

Latest issue: Autumn 2019

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Foreword: Tim Oates CBE, Group Director, Assessment Research and Development

Editorial: Tom Bramley, Director, Research Division 

Which is better: one experienced marker or many inexperienced markers? Tom Benton

“Learning progressions”: A historical and theoretical discussion: Tom Gallacher and Martin Johnson

The impact of A Level subject choice and students’ background characteristics on Higher Education participation: Carmen Vidal Rodeiro

Studying English and Mathematics at Level 2 post-16: Jo Ireland

Methods used by teachers to predict final A Level grades for their students: Tim Gill

Research News: David Beauchamp

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