Future of tests

9th January 2004 at 00:00
High-tech key stage 3 ICT exams and world-class tests being developed by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority provide a glimpse of the future of testing, Martin Ripley, head of assessment at the exams watchdog, told delegates. But he said there would be no "big bang" bringing in online exams and that gradual change would be driven by work done in schools.

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