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3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby Darling Bear » Tue Nov 29, 2011 9:35 am

I need advice. How is this possible? B for Maths.
Any parent in similar situation?
Any parent ever request MOE to re-mark paper? What is the outcome?

TIA.

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby ngbrdad » Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:00 am

Must go thru the principal and pay around $50 per subject.
I was really tempted to do it for my Ds's English paper.
Now it's too late to do anything.

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby junrahmat » Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:24 am

I think a B in Math will affect the aggregate greatly. A friend's son got a B for Math last year and got only 195. However, if your child has been consistently performing well in math, I see no harm in paying $50 to get the paper checked. All the best!

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby Darling Bear » Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:50 pm

ngbrdad wrote:Must go thru the principal and pay around $50 per subject.
I was really tempted to do it for my Ds's English paper.
Now it's too late to do anything.


The closing date for re-mark is 1st Nov.

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby sall » Tue Nov 29, 2011 1:11 pm

I thought parents can only asked to check papers but not to have papers
re-marked. dd's teacher said that if there is request to check papers, officials from moe will do the checking, parents are not allowed to see the papers at all.

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby junrahmat » Tue Nov 29, 2011 1:57 pm

Darling Bear wrote:
ngbrdad wrote:Must go thru the principal and pay around $50 per subject.
I was really tempted to do it for my Ds's English paper.
Now it's too late to do anything.


The closing date for re-mark is 1st Nov.



1st Nov? But I thought the psle results was released only recently?

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby lizawa » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:00 pm

Not to re-mark. You pay to re-check the paper.

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby hsm » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:08 pm

just wondering if anyone has done this before and managed to update the new score (assume there's really marking error)..

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby zsqchx » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:22 pm

Hi i also need advice, my child got 3a* and science got a, only got 257, she is very strong in science. Is it possible?

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Re: 3A 1B, Agg 206, possible? Re-mark paper?

Postby lizawa » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:27 pm

zsqchx wrote:Hi i also need advice, my child got 3a* and science got a, only got 257, she is very strong in science. Is it possible?

Sounds possible to get 257 with 3a* n 1a. He may be getting weak a* and strong A.

For science, each marker only marked one page of the science open ended, so the probability of marking many of the questions wrongly is not that high. Just my opinion.

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