1. Bacon butties, hot dogs, and exam grades

    We need to learn to communicate better if we want people to engage with the assessment community and trust in our qualifications.

  2. Forty Years On

    Emma Armitage and Ben Jones dispel some of the myths that surround the evolution of standards, as historic A-level Computer Science papers come to light

  3. Who should mark our science exams?

    William Pointer looks at the reliability of marking of GCSE science exams and asks: is it ok for examiners to mark biology, chemistry and physics items?

  4. Return of the mark scheme

    As the latest instalment of Star Wars hits our screens, Victoria Spalding explains – tongue firmly in cheek – how Han Solo can help with mark scheme design