All students from 2010 up to and including September 2015
The table below shows the numbers and percentages achieving a pass on each test paper and moving on to the next module.
It is not uncommon to have to resit a test, particularly on the more advanced papers. Indexing a longer text involves careful analysis and the observation of a number of indexing principles, and to do this well takes practice.
The feedback on test papers, and the one-to-one tutorial available to students who fail a test on B-D, help to highlight where problems are occurring, and most students do better on their resit.
|Test||Test A||Test B||Test C||Test D|
|Number of students||146||100||81||53|
|Passes (including resits)||125||85||69||43|
|Percentage pass rate||86%||85%||85%||81%|
A number of students have passed the course with straight passes i.e. without having to resit any papers.
|Year||2011||2012||2013||2014||2015*||Total for course|
|Number of students achieving accreditation on 4th ed||4**||6**||7**||5**||13*||35*|
|Number of students with straight passes||2||2||3||0||3||10|
N.B. The numbers are small and not truly statistically significant
* To end of November
**These figures include students who started on the 3rd edition of the course and transferred to the 4th edition part-way through.