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Diagnostic Questions is a world leading assessment tool that provides detailed insights into student understanding in a fraction of the time, simultaneously reducing your workload and improving student results and confidence.
New GCSE questions from AQA, Edexcel and OCR, Year 7 Baseline tests, Year 6 SATs Revision, Core 1 Collection, plus questions from Cambridge University Press, UKMT, Oxford University, and 1000s more created by teachers.
Expected in November 2016, the ultimate GCSE Computing companion, with Scheme of Work and 1000s of questions from OCR and teachers.
750 questions from the Royal Society of Chemistry plus 1000s of others from teachers across the UK covering, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
A continuous system of misconception identification provides teachers with the foresight they need to intervene effectively in students' learning.
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