Previous feedback and evaluation reports

The most recent feedback and evaluation reports are listed here, below you can find a list of previous reports.

Sift reports

For some exercises, we publish reports on the sift stage. These give general feedback about what stronger applications tended to look like, or include, in comparison to weaker applications for that exercise.

Salaried Judge, Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber and Fee-paid Deputy Judge, Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber

Qualifying tests

General feedback and evaluation reports are published for qualifying tests, which give evaluation on the test itself as well as some information to help candidates understand what characterises a successful test.

The reports give a broad indication of:

  • the general standard of tests
  • the range of marks awarded
  • the distribution of marks within this range
  • where candidates performed poorly, and the identification and analysis of common problems

Please note that as we consistently review our processes, the way tests are run might change over time. Therefore feedback and evaluation reports from previous years should be treated with caution and not seen as examples of exactly how upcoming tests will look. 

Fee-paid (Specialist Information Rights) Member, Upper Tribunal, Administrative Appeals Chamber and First-tier Tribunal, General Regulatory Chamber (Information Rights), November 2019

Recorder Qualifying Test, September 2019

Deputy District Judge Scenario Test, June 2019

Combined Qualifying Test, April 2019

Recorder Scenario Test, September 2018

Recorder Qualifying Test, July 2018

Selection day reports

For some exercises, we publish reports on the selection day stage. These give general feedback about what stronger demonstrations of the competencies tended to look like, or include, in comparison to weaker demonstrations for that exercise.

Deputy Judge, Upper Tribunal, Immigration & Asylum Chamber, October 2019

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