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1- Can supervised rest breaks be given as well as extra time?CorrectIncorrect
2- A score at or below 84 on which of the following tests can be used as evidence for extra time (tick all that apply)CorrectIncorrect
3- Online applications for 50% extra time are automatically rejectedCorrectIncorrect
4- Candidates who have received extra time in recent school examinations are automatically entitled to extra time in GCSE examinationCorrectIncorrect
5 – Can a student with a behavioural/emotional or social difficulty (e.g. autism) be given 25% extra time without a processing speed score below 85?CorrectIncorrect
6- What does JCQ recommend should always be considered as an alternative to extra time?CorrectIncorrect
7 – What scores in speed of working would make a candidate eligible for 50% extra time?CorrectIncorrect
8- The SPaRCS Reading Comprehension Speed test together with the Woodcock Johnson (UK/Irl edition) Writing Fluency test can be used as evidence for Extra TimeCorrectIncorrect
9- When may extra time NOT be permitted (mark all answers that are appropriate)CorrectIncorrect