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As well as submitting papers to refereed academic journals and making presentations at conferences, seminars and symposia, we share the latest findings of our research with the wider language assessment community through our own publications.
Studies in Language Testing (SiLT) is a series of academic volumes – edited by Dr Nick Saville and Professor Cyril J Weir, and published jointly by Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge University Press. The series examines important issues and new developments in language testing that are relevant to test users, developers and researchers.
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English Profile is a collaborative programme designed to enhance the learning, teaching and assessment of English worldwide. Its aim is to create a ‘profile’ or set of Reference Level Descriptions for English linked to the Common European Framework (CEFR). These volumes summarise the latest research from the programme.
Please click the link below to download the latest volume in the series:
English Profile Studies Vol. 9: Pluricultural Language Education and the CEFR
Please follow the links below to find out more about volumes 1 to 8.
Research Notes is published quarterly, and reports on matters relating to research, test development and validation within Cambridge Assessment English.
Each year, members of the research team deliver papers to conferences all over the world. Reports of many of the conferences and other events attended by Cambridge Assessment English staff are included in Research Notes.
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Grade statistics give the average percentages in each grade for all sessions of a particular exam by country or territory. This information helps researchers understand how our exams perform and is helpful to teachers who want to understand how students perform in a test in their country or region.
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