The university seeks to better understand individual student need and set in place actions to improve student success.
Students will take diagnostic tests, covering four main areas:
- Academic skills - gaining data of students' abilities in academic reading and writing, analysing texts, study skills and understanding of the University's expectations and terminology
- Numeracy testing - understanding strengths, areas for improvement and knowledge gaps in students' numeracy skills
- Wellbeing - highlighting which students may benefit from proactively offering support with their mental health. Screening for disabilities and learning difficulties
- Digital literacy - highlighting strengths and areas for improvement in students' digital understanding and skills with using digital information