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For moderated coursework and non-coursework tests you need to submit the marks and a sample of your candidates’ work to us for external moderation. For examined coursework, you need to submit the work of all of your candidates to us.
There is more information about coursework and non-coursework tests in section 3 of the Cambridge Handbook.
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You select the sample using the criteria below
Criteria A: You select the sample
Submission:Your sample must be submitted in hardcopy.
You select the sample, according to the criteria below:· 1–10 entries: all candidates· 11–50 entries: 10 candidates· 51–100 entries: 15 candidates· 101–200 entries: 20 candidates· Over 200 entries: 10% of candidatesThe sample should include a candidate with the highest mark and a candidate with the lowest mark with the remaining candidates spread evenly across the mark range. You should also include any candidates with a mark of 0 in the sample. All work which contributed to the candidates' final mark must be included.If more than one teacher or examiner has assessed the work, you should include an even number of examples of the marking of each teacher or examiner. All marks must be internally moderated before submission to Cambridge International.Submit your marks electronically on Direct. Once you have submitted your marks on Direct, print out a copy of your marks and include it in your sample packet. Send the sample to Cambridge International using a method that provides a tracking facility (i.e. a reputable courier), to arrive by the deadline specified in the database. We reserve the right to request additional samples. You should retain a copy of all submitted work in case of loss or damage in transit.
For marks: 27 April
For sample: 30 April
For marks: 28 October
For sample: 31 October
Preparing your sample – coursework and practical tests
Internal moderation of coursework at your school
Individual Candidate Record Card
Coursework Assessment Summary Form
Teacher Assessment Form 6 – Return of moderated coursework
Speaking & Listening Test
Criteria C: All candidates
Submission:Your sample must be submitted as an audio recording on CD or USB stick. Recordings must be saved as MPEG Audio Layer 3 (.mp3). Each candidate's recording must be saved as a separate file.
All candidates are required.You should submit the work of all your candidates.If the component is moderated, submit your marks electronically on Direct. Once you have submitted your marks on Direct, print out a copy of your marks and include it in your sample packet. If the component is examined, do not mark the work or submit marks.Send us the work using a method that provides a tracking facility (i.e. a reputable courier), to arrive by the deadline specified in the database. You should retain a copy of all submitted work in case of loss or damage in transit.
Preparing your sample – speaking tests
Internal moderation of speaking tests
Oral Examination Summary Form
Access Arrangements Cover Sheet
Please check the Cambridge Guide to Making Entries for information about what syllabuses are available to your candidates. The Cambridge Guide to Making Entries is available from the 'Support Materials' section of Cambridge International Direct.