Am I going to get a pass, merit or distinction? Processes behind marking.

Oxford Academy of English
Am I going to get a pass, merit or distinction? Processes behind marking.
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This Guide will help you understand how essays, reports and other types of assignments are marked at British universities. Receiving a percentage score is not enough to understand what you did well or wrong in your assignment. It is crucial to understand how the marks are distributed so that you can make a quicker progress.

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