QUOTE(Scooby Doo @ Apr 5 2012, 02:00 AM)
Well if we knew what type of question you were talking about, it might help to answer your original question ie where the marks were lost...
Puzzled as to why you would take the same exam as your student?
What's there to be puzzled about? It was good fun and I haven't sat a theory exam for over 15 years. If anything I think it gave him an incentive
QUOTE(dotted quaver @ Apr 5 2012, 08:54 AM)
QUOTE(fatar760 @ Apr 4 2012, 11:02 AM)
QUOTE(linda.ff @ Apr 4 2012, 10:59 AM)
QUOTE(fatar760 @ Apr 4 2012, 10:51 AM)
Obviously it's just the odd mark here and there, but they all add up and when you have a student wanting to score higher than their teacher , they all count!
Oh, are you saying that's what happened? Were you both taking the same grade, and which grade was it?
Ha - was wondering if someone would think that! Yes, we both sat the same exam. I scored higher, but just by 3 marks! At least I have the excuse of being too busy to re-learn all the performance directions I never use
I don't make students learn performance directions anyway. If they know the rudiments, they only stand to lose 6 - 8 marks if they guess incorrectly and IMO the rudiments are more important than a list of foreign words. Are you saying you scored less than 90?
lol no I'm not saying that - not sure where that question came from. We both got distinctions.