marking error

marking error

In naval mine warfare, the distance and bearing of a marker from a target.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The marking error is -2/+2 and if an examiner goes beyond this margin, he is forced to remark the entire script.
A change to a result will now only occur if it is found that a "clear marking error" has been made.
Under the new system, a change to a mark will only occur if it is found a "clear marking error" has been made.
GAO also found that 92 of the 111 documents examined (83 percent) had at least one marking error, and more than half had multiple marking errors.
The ECHO can reveal the students' heartbreak was triggered due to a marking error on Wirral 11-plus tests by GL Assessment - its second gaffe in consecutive years.
Coventry did manage to score once but that 41st minute goal owed to a basic marking error. Marcus Hall centred from the left and Peruvian Ysrael Zuniga was freed to score with a powerful header from six yards.
Julia Hassall, acting director of children's services, said after the marking error last year the council received assurances procedures would be followed and a "compensation package".
The integrated camera prevents marking errors, which is economically significant as parts get marked at the end of the production cycle, when errors can prove particularly expensive.
More importantly, I aim to provide a pedagogical approach that aligns feedback with instruction and, in turn, provides a stronger justification for teachers to adopt a focused approach in marking errors in their own schools (Chong, 2017).
"Unfortunately, there are many other worrying examples of significant marking errors."