How long does Silver/Gold assessment take?

How long does Silver/Gold assessment take?

Once you have paid your CREST fees and payment has been processed, Silver/Gold assessment can take between 2 and 6 weeks, depending if it is a busy time of year. 

Please note, if payments are sent without the project ID or invoice number as a reference, this can delay processing the payment, and therefore assessment, as we will not be able to identify where the payment came from.
    • Related Articles

    • Criteria for Bronze, Silver and Gold CREST Awards

      Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards must meet the criteria below appropriate to their level to achieve their award. Bronze projects should have around ten hours of work spent on them, Silver - thirty hours, and Gold - seventy hours. View our guidance on ...
    • How to create Silver and Gold CREST projects on Survey Monkey Apply

      To sign up for Silver and Gold projects go to apply.crestawards.org and create an account. Creating a project can be done by a student or educator, or by an organisation.  Once you have activated your account, log in and you will be taken to this ...
    • Entering online for Star, SuperStar, Silver and Gold Awards

      To enter a project for Star, SuperStar, Silver or Gold Awards, you need to sign up or log in to apply.crestawards.org.  Once you've logged in, you can create a new entry by clicking on View Programs or Programs.  On the Programs page, select the ...
    • How are Gold projects assessed?

      CREST Gold allows students to conduct real research. They are longer-term projects that require around 70 hours’ work, and are typically completed by 16-to-19-year-olds. By working towards a CREST Gold Award, students will develop and deliver largely ...
    • How are Silver projects assessed?

      CREST Silver stretches students and enriches their studies. Typically completed by students aged 14+, projects require around thirty hours of work and lead to a body of work. This work could be a written report, video diaries or something else ...