Guidance on remotely assessing National Qualifications
We have published guidance to support centres who are considering managing assessment of National Qualifications remotely, for candidates who are unable to attend the centre in person - such as candidates who are shielding or repeatedly self-isolating.
This guidance is not prescriptive, it is general guidance to help centres make informed decisions about whether remote assessment is necessary, and to ensure that candidate evidence is generated under appropriate assessment conditions.
View SQA's guidance on managing remote assessment of National Qualifications in session 2020-21.
This guidance is available from our Remote assessment webpage.