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SATS Writing Appeals

Discussion in 'Primary' started by jonwhitley, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. I believe it changed last year - you used to have to identify strands which you felt were incorroect. Last year, you just had to send back both writing papers, the reading paper, or all of the, for a blanket remark.

    I actually found that even though the previous system was a lot more work - it at least allowed you to argue your point. Now, you're a little bit in the lap of the Gods, but it saves quite a few hours of strife!

    jon
     

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