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Since the questions in SBL exam are various and in numerous formats, I am confused on the mark allocations and hence amount to write. i.e. some give 2 marks per point, some give 1 mark per point, PowerPoints slides and notes, calculations, risk tables etc etc would all have there respective marks, so what’s the overall approach should I take? In other exams such as AAA I would normally memorize the marking schemes for all situations..
This would be too tedious for SBL?
I have never ever thought of memorising marking schemes, and would never do so beyond saying that probably something like 1.5 to 2 marks per point with about 0.5 marks for identifying the point and 1 to 1.5 for explaining it and using it.
As you say, for SBL and its variety of requirements even this is difficult.
Concentrate on using the marks indicated to signal how much time you should spend answering a question, then answer the question as fully and professionally as you can in the time.