What is the pass mark?

What is the pass mark?

A specific mark is not published as it may vary and change for a given course. The CommScope system has a feedback dialogue both during and at the end of the assessment that enables you to gauge how well you are doing and follows the descriptions below:

After assessment feedback: Excellent Score will be: Distinction
After assessment feedback: Well Done Score will be: Pass or Marginal Pass
After assessment feedback: May need more review Score will be: Fail

On completion of the assessment you are presented with a detailed analysis of the scores per question including percentages and time to answer.

Once all assessments have been completed the percentages are automatically accumulated to present and overall assessment based in the above ‘score’ format.

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