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small business dept wanting help with edexcel gcse controlled assessment!

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by cb700, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. cb700

    cb700 New commenter


    <font size="2">Hi as a small business department we only have one GCSE group. I have finished the controlled assessment and wondered if someone would be able to have a look at what I have done with the students and see if they think it correct. If I scanned a project in see if they agree with my marking! I know it is a lot to ask but really worried I have gone in the wrong direction with the coursework tasks and don&rsquo;t want to let the students down. </font><font size="2">Any help advice would be appreciated! </font><font size="2">I would be able to swap lesson materials !!! </font><font size="2">Thanks! </font>
     
  2. cb700

    cb700 New commenter


    <font size="2">Hi as a small business department we only have one GCSE group. I have finished the controlled assessment and wondered if someone would be able to have a look at what I have done with the students and see if they think it correct. If I scanned a project in see if they agree with my marking! I know it is a lot to ask but really worried I have gone in the wrong direction with the coursework tasks and don&rsquo;t want to let the students down. </font><font size="2">Any help advice would be appreciated! </font><font size="2">I would be able to swap lesson materials !!! </font><font size="2">Thanks! </font>
     
  3. glynmanton

    glynmanton New commenter

    Happy to have a look - email to me at glynmanton@ntlworld.com
     
  4. Hi,
    My email is whcssasgar@rgfl.org ill have a peep
     

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