In my role as an APC assessor, I have found there are many common errors that are made when submitting a report for a submission for APC.
It says in the SASC guidance for appendix 4 (Test References and Descriptors):
In an accessible format and preferably arranged in the order presented in the assessment report.
Although it does not say this for Appendix 2 (Table of Results) the message is that these should also be presented in the order presented in the report. Therefore the order for Appendix 2 and 4 should be:
- Tests of ability and reasoning (verbal and visual/ non-verbal);
- Working memory;
- Phonological processing;
- Processing speed;
- Single word reading (timed and untimed) and a non-word reading task, timed or untimed;
- Prose reading;
- Numeracy (where tested).
In this way, you are considering accessibility for the reader, which could be considered as part of marking criteria 15 in the APC Review Proforma that all SpLD APC awarding bodies are using when reviewing an APC (The Dyslexia Guild, BDA and PATOSS).