Tes profiles Saul Nassé, Cambridge Assessment’s new Group Chief Executive. Quote: “the end-of-study exam has got a lot of years left in it yet”. “What you don’t want to do is replace an end-of-study exam, which is a really accurate measure of someone’s learning, with something which has daily touch points but gives you a hokey result. That would be the absolute reverse of progress.”
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