Dr Teresa McConlogue, Senior Teaching Fellow in the School of Life and Medical Sciences is leading the pilot on three programmes: MSc Reproductive Science and Women's Health; MSc in Audiological Sciences, and the BA Linguistics. The purpose of the TESTA pilot is to evaluate the benefits to student learning of rethinking programme assessment design, with potential added benefits to academic workloads. Dr Tansy Jessop, TESTA Project Leader, met with programme teams and gave a lunchtime talk to colleagues at UCL about TESTA last week, and held discussions with Vice Deans about assessment and feedback approaches. Professor Carmel McNaught, Visiting Professor from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Dr Rosalind Duhs, Senior Teaching Fellow from CALT, attended several of these meetings, adding further value to the process.