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Guidance on use of digital scoring platforms
Pros and cons on the use of digital scoring platforms supplied with certain assessment materials.
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Assessment test publishers and distributors can offer assessors the opportunity to digitally score test results via platforms they provide.

There are advantages and disadvantages to using such platforms to score test results and assessors may find it helpful to weigh up the pros and cons of using these platforms. The guidance, downloadable from this website, explores some of these pros and cons.

Assessors need to ensure that their use of digital scoring platforms is fully compliant with data protection legislation.

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