The marking error
is -2/+2 and if an examiner goes beyond this margin, he is forced to remark the entire script.
This will allow schools and colleges who remain concerned that a marking error
has not been corrected on review to appeal on that basis.
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
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".
Unfortunately, there are many other worrying examples of significant marking errors
Surely death will be easier than that, with the added bonus that there will be no danger of marking errors
Parents complained after youngsters due to finish the BTEC science course this summer were told marking errors
meant their career and university plans could be in doubt.
Perhaps marking errors
directly on the paper is viewed by tutors as too teacher-like and directive, and something that is best done somewhat sparingly or only in certain situations, while recommending the services of a proofreader isn't viewed as immediately helpful or might be viewed as taking clients away from the writing center or suggesting too directive an approach.
Lenon, the former headmaster of Harrow School, also called for the greater use of multiple choice questions in exams, saying they were an effective method of covering more of the syllabus and less susceptible to marking errors
THOUSANDS of teenagers received the wrong GCSE and A-Level grades after the number of marking errors
soared in last year's exams, official figures show.