Make your assessments count
MERiT is available for a range of AQA subjects. Get detailed individual and class reports instantly, compare your students’ performance with the rest of the population and download reports for further analysis.
- Identify class and individual strengths and weaknesses
- Target interventions effectively
- Compare your students’ with others for benchmarking
- Share reports with students, parents and carers
- Download mark point spreadsheets for further analysis
How does it work?
1 Get access within 24 hours
Order and then alert your centre’s Exampro administrator or nominate an appropriate member of staff to be an administrator.
They will be able to:
- upload class lists
- designate other administrators
- give access permissions to teachers
3 Mark assessments
Enter marks as you go using the app or use the spreadsheet upload option. Get instant reports and download the data to share with colleagues.
4 View reports
MERiT reports provide:
- detailed and printable student reports
- comparisons with the population
- Excel downloads to export data for further analysis
Averages are calculated when enough marks have been entered. Schools will be notified as soon as they are released.
Administrators can upload student information and provide teachers with access to MERiT
Mark entry opens for 2019 and 2020 papers
Mark entry opens for 2021 papers
MERiT closes for archiving – no more mark entry for this academic year but reports continue to be available when it reopens
“MERiT… was a really useful way of seeing how my students were performing compared to others across the country. We were waiting on Ofsted and it was reassuring to be able to show data that was comparable not estimated.
I like that I can analyse data by class, by subject, by topic and by question. I can see if a particular teacher has a strength or weakness or if there is a topic that students are struggling with.
[Data entry] is worth the effort for the information it provides. It is much easier and quicker now that data can be entered with clicks of a mouse.”
Fiona Ballinger, Faculty Leader of Science, Barnwood Park Arts College