Pass rates

Princey
Princey Settling In NicelyRegistered Posts: 15
With the up and coming results to be released next month, can someone tell me if there are levels of passing,

i.e pass
merit
distinction.

or do you just get told you have passed? (thats if i pass..)

Thanks:001_smile:

Comments

  • Charlieclarke
    Charlieclarke Settling In Nicely Registered Posts: 15
    just a pass or fail :001_smile:
  • sebastianforbes
    sebastianforbes Well-Known Registered Posts: 172
    'competent' or 'not competent'

    no one fails :001_tt2:
  • Nich
    Nich Feels At Home Registered Posts: 49
    'sucessful' or 'not sucessful'
  • numberjunky
    numberjunky Feels At Home Registered Posts: 88
    Pass Rates

    'Nailed it' or 'Screwed it'....:001_smile:

    But seriously, someone mentions this in February AAT magazine under heading 'No Accounting For Exams' (page 14) and they are looking into ways of giving students better feedback on exam results including actual marks available online.

    hope this helps
  • Princey
    Princey Settling In Nicely Registered Posts: 15
    I think its only fair to tell you how close you were to nailing it or screwing it up really.

    Must look at the article, cheers
  • sarahwilson
    sarahwilson Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 567
    I totally agree with the article in the AAT magazine. It seems strange not to tell people studying an accounting qualification a percentage mark achieved. How on earth are people who have to resit supposed to know where to start if they just get told they aren't competent, how much not competent a couple of marks or nowhere near competent.
  • 118 11kate
    118 11kate Well-Known Registered Posts: 115
    I just wanna pass :crying: Dont care how or by how much I just wanna pass.

    But no seriously, if you fail it would be nice to know what areas you need to study more than others.
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