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REMEDIATION v REASSESSMENT The True Story Keith B Pearson

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Definitions Remediation = action required involving original assessment Reassessment = action required involving new assessment

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Open-Book Assessment Under most circumstances, an unsatisfactory candidate response will require remediation. With an essay, candidates will be required to hand in a complete piece of work, with amendments incorporated in the appropriate context, rather than a large add-on at the end, or asked to rewrite their work fully to a prescribed format if it did not meet requirements.

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Open-Book Assessment (continued) Oral clarification could be used for minor omissions or to clarify minor detail. If it is thought appropriate that a candidate tackle a different topic or question, then that new submission would count as a reassessment.

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Open-Book Assessment (continued) In oral work, candidates can be questioned by the assessor at the end of their presentation or explanation, where minor omissions occur, or where clarity is required. Where more work is required to meet the evidence requirements (e.g. where the quality of evidence is poor in a presentation) another presentation of the same duration, on the same topic or question as the original would be required.

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Open-Book Assessment (continued) Only where a presentation on a different topic or question is attempted would this be classed as reassessment.

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Closed-Book Assessment Remediation for an Outcome could be done by oral clarification for minor omissions or to clarify minor detail. If additional information is required this can be added, as long as it is in total approximately 100 words or less per outcome.

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Closed-Book Assessment (continued) If the aforementioned conditions cannot be met, then the candidate should be reassessed using a different set of questions for the Outcome. If one Outcome has been achieved but not another which is integrated with it, it will be necessary to reassess both Outcomes.

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Research and Methodology (FM66 34) (Closed book assessments) Remediation for Outcomes 1 and 2 could be done by oral clarification for minor omissions or to clarify minor detail. If additional information is required this can be added, as long as it is in total approximately 100 words or less per outcome. If these conditions cannot be met, then the candidate should be reassessed using a different set of questions for Outcomes 1 and/or 2.

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Research and Methodology (FM66 34) (Closed book assessments) (cont.) For Outcome 3, if the candidate has one of the calculations incorrect e.g. standard deviation, then he/she could be remediated on the one calculation only. If more than one calculation is incorrect then the candidate would have to be reassessed for Outcome 3.

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