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Confidently assess progress in reading at regular intervals using parallel forms (two sets of forms) designed for repeat testing
Easily identify specific areas that may be limiting a pupil’s overall success and plan relevant and targeted intervention strategies to boost or stretch skills
Gain valid and reliable data to help build a picture of a pupil’s normal way of working and provide as evidence in Part 1, Form A on the JCQ Form for requesting access arrangements
Whether you’re using as a screening test to better understand where each pupil in a cohort sits against a national average, or to identify children with Special Educational Needs, ART is available in paper and digital format, and comes with free online reporting for both, so you can analyse results in an easy and digestible format.
Upper Primary/Lower Secondary: Form A or B (first test) and Form A or B (second test)
Secondary/Adulthood: Form C or D (first test) and Form C or D (second test)
IMPORTANT: Due to the latest operating system updates impacting iPads with iOS 13/14, we temporarily recommend taking AMT and ART interactive tests on desktops or laptops only. For guidance on how to find the software version on your iPad, click here. If you would like to speak to someone, your local assessment consultant's details can be found here. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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Your local Assessment Consultant would be happy to talk to you about ART.
To learn more about ART at secondary level, visit our dedicated page on Hodder Education.