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Many schools use our Cambridge Checkpoint tests to assess learners at the end of the lower secondary programme (Stage 9).
The tests are marked by Cambridge International for English as a first or second language, mathematics and science. Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint Global Perspectives learners produce a research report that is assessed by teachers and externally moderated by Cambridge International.
Schools use the feedback from Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint to make strategic decisions, drawing upon a pool of information and specialist reporting tools that we have built into the tests. You can use the reports to:
The test feedback measures a learner’s performance in relation to:
The learner report for each individual learner gives a:
The report for each teaching group (or class) gives:
The report at school level gives:
We also include a Principal's Examiner report for schools, which provides qualitative information on your students. The report includes types of learner responses and areas where they performed well and common errors made on each part of the exam question.