These administration pages for non-exam assessment (NEA) also cover coursework and controlled assessment.
What is NEA?
Non-exam assessment (NEA) refers to the elements of the specification that are marked by teachers and moderated by trained associates.
This document provides schools with information and guidance on conducting and administering NEAs.
We are committed to working with schools to deliver non-exam assessments of the highest quality and have developed practices and procedures that support this aim.
The list below provides a summary of these policies and procedures which must be carefully followed
1.1 Supervision and authenticating:
1.2 Avoiding malpractice
1.3 Teacher standardisation
1.4 Internal standardisation
1.6 Submitting marks
1.7 Factors affecting individual students
1.8 Keeping students’ work
1.10 After moderation
You can find more detailed NEA guidance here.
NEA currently exists in the four English international qualifications:
- International A-level Literature
- International GCSE Literature
- International A-level Language
- International GCSE Language
For information on conducting the International GCSE English as a Second Language (9280) Speaking test, please refer to the Exams guidance page of our website.
Centre declaration sheets
Candidate record forms
We produce candidate record forms for all coursework and controlled assessment components. They are for students and teachers to authenticate the work, and teachers to record their assessments and supporting information.
Submitting Non-Exam Assessment marks and samples
Instructions for submitting Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) marks/grades and samples can be found here.