The JAC provides feedback to help candidates understand why their application was unsuccessful and to consider this for future applications. Candidates unsuccessful at selection day and who would like feedback will receive details of how and when to request it.
Paper sift feedback
We may sometimes publish generic sift feedback reports. This gives candidates guidance on what characterised stronger applications in comparison to weaker applications in that exercise.
Sift feedback reports for 2014 Salaried Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber and Fee-paid Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber (PDF, 140KB)
Qualifying tests feedback
The JAC does not publish qualifying test past papers. However, general feedback reports are published to help candidates understand what characterises a successful test, and to consider this in the light of their experience.
The reports give a broad indication of:
- the general standard of tests
- the range of marks awarded
- the distribution of marks within this range
- where candidates performed poorly, and the identification and analysis of common problems
Recorder 2017: Telephone assessment and self-assessment feedback report (PDF 510KB)
Recorder 2017: Scenario test feedback report
Recorder 2015 qualifying test feedback report (PDF, 158KB)
Recorder 2015 second stage feedback report (PDF, 168KB)
Deputy District Judge (magistrates' court) 2016 qualifying test feedback report (PDF, 425KB)
Deputy District Judge (magistrates' court) 2016 scenario test feedback report (PDF, 240KB)
Additional shortlisting methods feedback
Occasionally the JAC may use other ways of shortlisting candidates.
Where applicable, feedback reports about these methods will be published.
Next stage: selection day