The Learning Renaissance

Inside an Examiner’s Mind | BBC Bitesize

Jack interviews three examiners to unveil the face behind the papers and discovers that they are not as scary as you may think! He questions them on how the marking process works and how the mark schemes inform their marking. He learns the importance of answering the question and addressing the command word. He finds out how important neatness is. He learns whether spelling, punctuation and grammar are important. Finally, Jack finds out what the most common mistakes students make on exam papers are and what their top tips are to give yourself the best chance of success.

Watch the interview here: Inside an examiner’s mind | BBC Bitesize


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