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New simpler forms for Edexcel Admin

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by 7flegg, Nov 4, 2011.

  1. I had a quick look at the docs for 2012 and the Admin doc and I am not sure of any major change. The drama team has made changes but I only spotted the Unit 2 Sample Assessment card with some adjustments. Any body looked closely?
    Any improvement?
     
  2. I had a quick look at the docs for 2012 and the Admin doc and I am not sure of any major change. The drama team has made changes but I only spotted the Unit 2 Sample Assessment card with some adjustments. Any body looked closely?
    Any improvement?
     
  3. corblimeyguvnor

    corblimeyguvnor New commenter

    As far as I can see, the only difference is in Unit 3 they seem to have removed the bit where you had to submit the ways in which you met the assigment brief. This was a pointless waste of time anyway as examiner's were told it didn't count towards anything. Just pen-pushing.I can't see how anything else has been simplified at all really.
     
  4. No it's still there on form D3a - wording may have changed a little but it is still required.
    Centres must attach an explanation of how the performance has met the assignment brief and a paragraph to put the performance in context and copies of scripts as performed. This should be completed by the student with support from the teacher.
    Correct. There is no credit / penalty for meeting / not meeting the assignment brief in the specification, therefore no marks can be awarded / deducted.
     
  5. Correct. There is no credit / penalty for meeting / not meeting the assignment brief in the specification, therefore no marks can be awarded / deducted.


    Then why is it there?

    It's pointless anyway unless it is restrictive... I am not advocating that (at all),,, just commenting!
     

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