Subject mapping

Subject mapping

Within any import containing subjects, you will have to map your subject names to Alps subjects. Subject mapping is required within any grades import, teaching data or personalised targets import. Once you have mapped your subjects however, your mappings will be saved within the system, so if your subsequent imports have the same subject names, they will be detected and mapped automatically.

When you begin subject mapping, you will notice that all subjects appear initially. You can search for your subject name, then click on the appropriate filter to show only subjects within that exam type.

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Search for your subject and filter with one click on the exam level tiles.

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Your previously mapped subjects will still be available within the updated system, and will map automatically.

There is a link to our QAN to Alps spreadsheet at the bottom of each subject mapping tool. This is not an exhaustive list, however it should help you to identify some of your subjects.

 

 

 

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