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OCR Nationals (2010) short course

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by msa969, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. msa969

    msa969 New commenter

    Question for the OCR Nationals (2010) specification.

    I believe that students need to do two large units and one short unit to be able to achieve Pass, Merit and Distinction.

    I have been told there is a short course where students are able to do one large unit and a small unit, is this true?
    Secondly what is the highest grade students could achieve from this?

     
  2. msa969

    msa969 New commenter

    Question for the OCR Nationals (2010) specification.

    I believe that students need to do two large units and one short unit to be able to achieve Pass, Merit and Distinction.

    I have been told there is a short course where students are able to do one large unit and a small unit, is this true?
    Secondly what is the highest grade students could achieve from this?

     
  3. gavcradd

    gavcradd New commenter

    Yes,
    Distinction. equivalent to half a GCSE at halfway between A*/A grade points.
     
  4. msa969

    msa969 New commenter

    thankyou for the replies.
    So would I be right to say the highest grade one can achieve is C in the short course?
     
  5. msa969

    msa969 New commenter

    Sorry I meant GCSE equivalence in the short course for OCR Nationals.
     

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