Interactive tests can be sat for the following assessments:
- PiRA Key Stage 1 and PiRA Key Stage 2 tests
- PUMA Key Stage 1 and PUMA Key Stage 2 tests
- AMT and ART
If you don’t already have MARK, our free online assessment and reporting tool, you will need to download it. This is because it is the platform from which you access your interactive tests. To order MARK, click on the relevant link below:
Download your step-by-step interactive test user guide with further information on buying, assigning and managing interactive tests
Where do I find the interactive credits I have purchased?
Once you have purchased your interactive credits they will appear in the ‘Interactive Tests’ area in MARK. Watch this step-by-step video to see exactly where to find your credits.
Interactive test FAQs
What are the differences between the print and interactive tests?
The print and online versions of the tests are identical, so schools are able to use them alongside each other. The interactive versions of the tests are accessed via MARK and are marked automatically so that teachers do not need to fill in the marksheets and can access MARK’s reports and analysis immediately, saving valuable time.
Questions have been adapted for suitability to use on a screen rather than paper. We advise you to continue to maintain test conditions regardless of whether the tests are being completed on paper or on screen to ensure reliable results.
What happens if we lose our internet connection during a test?
If the internet connection is lost, your students will still be able to continue the test, as the whole test is downloaded when the test is started. You should ensure that the connection is re-established before clicking ‘End Test’, however, to ensure we receive the pupil’s answers.
What happens if the browser window is closed mid-test?
We save the pupil’s progress each time they move between questions. If the window is accidentally closed, they should re-enter the test as described in the Starting a test section, above. After entering the test code and verifying their date of birth, we will take them to the last point in the test at which we saved their progress.
- Chrome (Latest browser version)
- Microsoft Edge (Latest browser version)
Display resolution: The minimum device display resolution required to run the Interactives is 1024 x 768
iPads & iOS support: Interactive tests can be used on iPads using the Chrome app and an operating system version of IOS 10+. Please note: the Safari browser is not currently supported and Safari browser support will be introduced in future updates.
Please note that Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers are not supported, and content is best viewed on the listed supported browsers.