There is a set of tests to cover material from every two units of the courses. There are two versions of each test (e.g. Test 1A and Test 1B) which cover the same material, but use different test items. This allows the teacher to split a class into two groups and therefore minimise cheating.
There are also two sets of progress tests designed to be used after half of the course has been completed, and after the entire course has been completed.
Each test can be done in the space of 40-45 minutes.
The tests are all photocopiable. Addison Wesley Longman allows teachers to photocopy the individual tests for use in the classroom. The tests are not for resale.
There is enough room on each page for students to write their answers on the test paper, for ease of marking. Each test carries a possible total of 100 marks. After each exercise, there is a box for you to record their marks, and there is a total box at the end of each test. Exercises vary in difficulty and as such, the decision how many marks each separate item is worth is left up to the teacher - although in most cases, 1 or 2 marks per item is clearly reccommended.