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Diagnostic Assessment
Diagnostic assessment

The concept and practice of diagnostic assessment applies to a wide range of assessment activity and can be carried out for a number of purposes. The application of admissions criteria to entrants for a particular course of study that pre-selects potential learners according to prior achievement entails a diagnostic assessment (Tummons, 2011). An example of this would be a sixth form school or college requiring five or more C grades at GCSE for post-16 entry. It is common practice for Year ...

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