Homeschooled students in the UK are tested in several ways, including:

  1. Standardised tests: Homeschooled students can take standardised tests such as Key Stage 1 or 2 SATs. These tests assess a student's knowledge and understanding of different subjects, including English, mathematics, and science.
  2. Portfolio assessments: Homeschooled students can also be assessed through a portfolio of their work, including essays, projects, and assignments. These assessments provide a comprehensive picture of the student's skills and knowledge and allow the teacher to monitor their progress over time.
  3. External assessments: Homeschooled students can also take external assessments, such as GCSEs, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) , A-Levels, the International Baccalaureate (IB). These exams are recognised globally and provide students with a qualification that is widely accepted by universities and employers.
  4. Regular evaluations: Homeschooled students should also receive regular evaluations from their parents or tutors, which assess their progress and help identify any areas for improvement. These evaluations are an important part of the homeschooling process and ensure that students are meeting their educational goals.

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