The AQE have announced their dates for the 2014/15 cycle.
Registration opens on Tuesday the 6th of May 2014 and closed on Friday the 12th of September 2014. Registration forms will be made available from the 1st of May 2014.
The 3 assessments will take place on Saturday the 8th, 22nd and 29th of November 2014. Results will be posted to arrive on Saturday 31st January.
Update: 18th November 2019
Links to download the 2019 Special Circumstances Pack are listed on the PPTC (GL Assessment) page.
The Claiming Special Circumstances Pack for 2013/14 is now available to download.
Parents/guardians wishing to register a claim for Special Circumstances for a child who sat the PPTC GL Assessment are asked to download and read carefully all the documents contained below in the Special Circumstances Pack.
Proceedings kick off on BBC One at 19:30 GMT with a performance from the stars of West End musical Matilda.
Organisers hope to beat last year's on-the-night donations of £26.8m - a record high for the telethon, which has been running since 1980.
The Catholic education sector will be damaged beyond repair if academic selection remains, according to most Catholic primary school principals the BBC has reported.
In a Catholic Principals Association survey, 63% agreed that failure to move away from academic selection would have adverse consequences for the sector. Although only 28% percent of 400 Catholic principals responded to the association's questionnaire.
76% agreed too much deference was shown to grammar schools.
More than 7,000 children have sat the first of this year's unofficial transfer tests which took place on Saturday the 9th of November.
The AQE says the number registering to do the tests has risen, but it is not possible to say if that means more children overall are choosing to go through academic selection, because there is an overlap of children doing both sets of tests (The AQE Common Entrance Assessment & the PPTC GL Assessment).
The GL Assessment, used mostly by Catholic schools, will take place on Saturday the 16th of November.