how do you get 20/20? perfect scores how is it calculated?

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  1. Chrissie

    Chrissie Lurker

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    For SACE, everyone gets a score out of 20.

    Hypothetically, if I had these scores

    Skills and apps 30% = A+
    Inevstigation folio 40% = A+
    Exam = A+

    Okay, so this would be equivalent to a 20 right?

    But lets say you didn't get straight A+ in investigation folio

    lets say you had 5 assessment tasks for investigation folio

    for 2 you got A
    for 3 you got A+

    would this lower your score? Even if you got overall an A+ for the folio?

    Please help me I need a 20/20 and I have one A in this subject.
     
  2. Terron Beckham

    Terron Beckham Bond Med I

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    As far as I understand, SACE only looks at the overall grade for the unit - so as long as you still get an A+ for the 40% folio unit they don't care. However, I'm pretty sure you can still miss out on a 20/20 despite getting all A+

    I'm pretty sure you need to get full or close to full marks in the final exam as well as A+ for skills & folio to get a 20. So what I'm saying is that if you just barely manage to get an A+ in the exam, you may still miss out on the 20 (however, you'll still get close eg. 19.9 or 19.8 assuming the subject isn't scaled back)
     

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