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Tips for navigating the e-asTTle software

Use the buttons inside e-asTTle to move around. Avoid using the “Back” button at the top of your browser as this won’t work. 


Enabling pop-ups

If your report or paper test is not coming up, make sure your Internet browser has pop-ups enabled. 



Because information is often presented in tables, they have filters at the top. 

Filters let you bring up information you want.  

  • Use the drop-down menus to select an option.
  • Leave on “All” to view everything available. Then select “Search”.  


Screenshot showing search for all 2014 Maths tests.

Select image to view it at a larger size.



Any column with a blue title has an arrow next to it for sorting. For example:


Image of screen with filter to show test results sorted alphabetically.

Select image to view it at a larger size.



The “Message of the Day”, tells you:  

  • about systems issues
  • when scheduled systems maintenance is taking place – you may not be able to access e-asTTTle during maintenance. 

Log out using the button at the top right-hand corner of the homepage. 



Your feedback is important and helpful. The blue feedback tab is on the right-hand side of the home page. Use this to:  

  • let the development team know how they are doing 
  • make suggestions 
  • report any issues experienced while using e-asTTle.  

Please include your email address if you would like a response sent back to you.

Screenshot of e-asTTle feedback form showing 1-10 scale of how likely you are to recommend e-asTTle. Below the scale are three buttons for specific feedback categories: Problem, Suggestion, Other. Other is selected, and a text box is below for specific feedback. At the bottom is a “Send feedback” button.


Urgent help

The feedback form is not intended for urgent enquiries. For urgent help, call the Education Service Desk on 0800 225 542. 


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