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This session will provide an overview of the processes of grading and awarding, which are central to the establishment and maintenance of examination standards. The main focus will be on current practices for the grading and awarding of general qualifications, including the consideration of evidence from various sources, and the application of the uniform mark scale (UMS). There will also be a discussion of historical grading practices and alternative approaches to the reporting of results.
This seminar is free to University of Cambridge staff and students, £30 for others
This talk is part of the Assessment Practice series.
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