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Developing a new linear qualification: how difficult can it be? Cambridge Pre-U, a case study

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The presentation will provide an account of the background, development and implementation of the Cambridge Pre-U. During this process a number of educational and assessment issues have been widely discussed among those involved with the development, including the different characteristics of modular and linear syllabuses and assessments, the relationships between the assessments and teaching and learning experiences in the classroom and accessibility for students across the ability range.

This talk is part of the Perspectives from Cambridge Assessment series.

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