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A sample exam from mathematics 536 for last year of high school in Quebec,Canada.

Source on 9April2009:
http://www.learnquebec.ca/export/sites/learn/en/content/curriculum/mst/documents/536sampexam.pdf
A sample exam from mathematics 536 for last year of high school in Quebec,Canada.

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MATHEMATICS568-536
Summati
ve Exam

Guide
Secondary 5

Mathematics 568-536 Guide Page 4
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4. CORRECTION KEY

Section A
Questions 1 to 13
4 marks or 0 marks

Section B
Rounded to the nearest tenth
vu
+
is 16.6.
4 marks or 0 marks
Rounded to the nearest hundredth, the Z-score is -0.74.
4 marks or 0 marks

Mathematics 568-536 Guide Page 5
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SCORING THE ANSWERSTO DEVELOPED-RESPONSE QUESTIONS
1. Unless otherwise indicated,
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the marking scale on the following page will be used to grade the developed-response questions in the examination. Adherence to the scale will help ensure equity for all students whowrite the examination.2. Analyze each student's work carefully and then evaluate it according to the criteria defined below.3.
Students who do not show their work will be given no marks for a correct final answer
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Definition of the Terms Found in the Marking ScaleAppropriate method
A logical procedure that makes it possible to solve the problem.
Partially appropriate method
A procedure that will not solve the problem, but which shows that the student understands some aspect of the problem.
Inappropriate method
A procedure that will not solve the problem and which shows that the student has absolutely no understanding of the problem. Students who do not show their work are deemed to have used an inappropriate method.
Correct application of operations and relations
The student made no mistakes in applying the chosen operations and relations.
Clear written information
The information must be:
presented using correct language,
complete,
legible.When the written information is clear, the scorer understands exactly what the student has done.
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Note: For question 16, use the specific marking scale provided in the correction key.