- March 4, 2020 at 1:50 pm #564128muhammad1zayaanMember
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i have appeared in this EXAM attempt of AA , i was not able to complete the exasm as i just managed to attempt 84% of the exam and was not able to complete the internal controls deficiency recommendations toc question worth 15 marks, but for the other remaining attempted part ffrom section B i am pretty much sure i was upto the mark.
would the lack of completion of paper can have effects on the exam results or just qaulity matters?March 4, 2020 at 5:15 pm #564197Kim SmithKeymaster
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If you have scored 50+ you will have passed and it will not matter that you didn’t attempt a 15 mark part of a Q – as there is no negative marking to mark you down.
If a candidate scores marginally less than 50, one or two extra marks may be found on second marking. However, it is not possible to award more marks to a part of a Q that has not been awarded any because it has not been attempted.
A marker/examiner cannot make a judgment call whether you didn’t answer 15 marks through poor time management or that you didn’t know how to answer the Q. So it all comes down to whether for the 84 marks you attempted you earned 50 marks.
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