Poppy wrote: »
Is there a form we need to get signed, thought we just sent an e-mail to AAT?
Laura88 wrote: »
I am so glad that I started this thread. I thought I was the only one who had failed after thinking I would pass.
I have spoken to my tutor today and she is really surprised to hear that I have failed. She has advised me to appeal against the mark, which I am going to. Its worth the £42 I think. And if the outcome is still the same then I know where I need to improve.
Overall the pass rate in the country for this PEV exam was 56.5% Thats not to good in my opinion as its only just over half that has passed. I think something must have gone wrong along the way for so many people to be feeling like this.
I am so going to appeal, the sooner the better in my mind! Does anyone know how long it will take for me to get an answer when I do appeal?
Poppy wrote: »
I basically wrote that I believed I'd failed on section 2 question 2.2 and that I felt that the question was badly worded and that any error was due to a lack on understanding of what the question wanted not any lack of understanding of the subject matter. I also explained that I had completed their feedback form at the time of the exam to say I thought it was badly written and hoped they'd have reflected it in their marking.
Jangles wrote: »
I failed PEV section 2 and I am extremely disappointed as I felt I had done well on the paper apart from the turbine question which I did not understand. No amount of extra revision would have helped me understand that question.
Does anyone else feel that they have been cheated but at the same time is it pointless to appeal? The reason I am concerned that appealing may be a waste of time and money is because I think they will just check they have marked the paper correctly. I know i answered the turbine incorrectly because the wording was so bad that I didn't know what was expected. I don't think an appeal will turn my N to a Y on that basis.
Does anyone else feel like this?