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POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA using linear systems to solve problems (5262)

POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT

Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA using linear systems to solve problems (5262)

Programme Name: WLCNZ Diploma in Electronics

Unit / Paper Number: 5262

Paper Name: Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA using linear systems to solve problems

Level: 3

Credits (1-20): 20

Assessor Name: Muhammad Waseem Soomro

Moderation Date: 04 09 2012

Name of Moderator: Saud Altaf

Quick Report

Yes / No

Comment

Assessment attached

   

Marking Schedule/Model Answer attached

   

Samples attached

   

Suggested answers match the questions

   

Marking is Fair

   

Marking is valid

   

Marking is accurate

   

Marking is consistent

   

The student scripts are authentic

   

Moderator Signature

 

Date

04 09 2012

Student Samples Paper A:

Student Samples Paper B:

Student Samples Paper C:

REPORT IN DETAIL

The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The moderator must check the assessment for its Fairness, Validity, Accuracy, Consistency, and Authenticity.

PART A:

FAIR

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

1.

Does the assessment meet the unit standard / learning outcome requirements? (Honest reflection)

2.

Is the assessment produced appropriate to the unit standard / learning outcome?

3.

Did all students have a fair chance to succeed in doing the assessment? (Guidelines / timeframe)

4.

Has the assessment been impartially marked?

 

Comments

 

PART B:

VALID

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

5.

Is the assessment precisely relevant to the learning outcomes / performance criterias.

6.

Is the assessment task current to unit standard / paper and / or industry field?

7.

Is the assessment marking reasonable and logical?

Comments

Student Samples Paper C: REPORT IN DETAIL The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The

PART C:

ACCURATE

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

  • 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and concise? Spelling / punctuation / verbs and tasks?

 
  • 9. Is the way the assessment is written accurately enough to assess?

 

Comments

 

PART D:

CONSISTENT (RELIABLE)

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

10.

Is the assessment consistent across the student samples?

11.

Is the assessment marking at a consistent level?

12.

Is the assessment presentation consistent with course requirements?

Comments

 

PART E:

AUTHENTIC

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

13.

Has each student had independently carried out their assessments?

14.

Is the assessment task ‘authentic’/relevant to the field / industry

Comments

PART C: ACCURATE QUESTIONS YES / NO 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and
POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA by using numerical methods to solve problems

POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT

Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA by using numerical methods to solve problems (5264)

Programme Name: WLCNZ Diploma in Electronics

Unit / Paper Number: 5264

Paper Name: Demonstrate the knowledge of ALGEBRA by using numerical methods to solve problems

Level: 3

Credits (1-20): 20

Assessor Name: Muhammad Waseem Soomro

Moderation Date: 02 10 2012

Name of Moderator: Saud Altaf

Quick Report

Yes / No

Comment

Assessment attached

   

Marking Schedule/Model Answer attached

   

Samples attached

   

Suggested answers match the questions

   

Marking is Fair

   

Marking is valid

   

Marking is accurate

   

Marking is consistent

   

The student scripts are authentic

   

Moderator Signature

 

Date

02 10 2012

Student Samples Paper A:

Student Samples Paper B:

Student Samples Paper C:

REPORT IN DETAIL

The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The moderator must check the assessment for its Fairness, Validity, Accuracy, Consistency, and Authenticity.

PART A:

FAIR

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

1.

Does the assessment meet the unit standard / learning outcome requirements? (Honest reflection)

2.

Is the assessment produced appropriate to the unit standard / learning outcome?

3.

Did all students have a fair chance to succeed in doing the assessment? (Guidelines / timeframe)

4.

Has the assessment been impartially marked?

 

Comments

 

PART B:

VALID

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

5.

Is the assessment precisely relevant to the learning outcomes / performance criterias.

6.

Is the assessment task current to unit standard / paper and / or industry field?

7.

Is the assessment marking reasonable and logical?

Comments

Student Samples Paper C: REPORT IN DETAIL The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The

PART C:

ACCURATE

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

  • 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and concise? Spelling / punctuation / verbs and tasks?

 
  • 9. Is the way the assessment is written accurately enough to assess?

 

Comments

 

PART D:

CONSISTENT (RELIABLE)

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

10.

Is the assessment consistent across the student samples?

11.

Is the assessment marking at a consistent level?

12.

Is the assessment presentation consistent with course requirements?

Comments

 

PART E:

AUTHENTIC

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

13.

Has each student had independently carried out their assessments?

14.

Is the assessment task ‘authentic’/relevant to the field / industry

Comments

PART C: ACCURATE QUESTIONS YES / NO 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and
POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT Demonstrate the knowledge of CALCULUS by Differentiate functions and use differentiation to

POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT

Demonstrate the knowledge of CALCULUS by Differentiate functions and use differentiation to solve problems (5265)

Programme Name: WLCNZ Diploma in Electronics

Unit / Paper Number: 5265

Paper Name: Demonstrate the knowledge of CALCULUS by Differentiate functions and use differentiation to solve problems

Level: 3

Credits (1-20): 20

Assessor Name: Muhammad Waseem Soomro

Moderation Date: 22 10 2012

Name of Moderator: Saud Altaf

Quick Report

Yes / No

Comment

Assessment attached

   

Marking Schedule/Model Answer attached

   

Samples attached

   

Suggested answers match the questions

   

Marking is Fair

   

Marking is valid

   

Marking is accurate

   

Marking is consistent

   

The student scripts are authentic

   

Moderator Signature

 

Date

22 10 2012

Student Samples Paper A:

Student Samples Paper B:

Student Samples Paper C:

REPORT IN DETAIL

The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The moderator must check the assessment for its Fairness, Validity, Accuracy, Consistency, and Authenticity.

PART A:

FAIR

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

1.

Does the assessment meet the unit standard / learning outcome requirements? (Honest reflection)

2.

Is the assessment produced appropriate to the unit standard / learning outcome?

3.

Did all students have a fair chance to succeed in doing the assessment? (Guidelines / timeframe)

4.

Has the assessment been impartially marked?

 

Comments

 

PART B:

VALID

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

5.

Is the assessment precisely relevant to the learning outcomes / performance criterias.

6.

Is the assessment task current to unit standard / paper and / or industry field?

7.

Is the assessment marking reasonable and logical?

Comments

Student Samples Paper C: REPORT IN DETAIL The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The

PART C:

ACCURATE

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

  • 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and concise? Spelling / punctuation / verbs and tasks?

 
  • 9. Is the way the assessment is written accurately enough to assess?

 

Comments

 

PART D:

CONSISTENT (RELIABLE)

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

10.

Is the assessment consistent across the student samples?

11.

Is the assessment marking at a consistent level?

12.

Is the assessment presentation consistent with course requirements?

Comments

 

PART E:

AUTHENTIC

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

13.

Has each student had independently carried out their assessments?

14.

Is the assessment task ‘authentic’/relevant to the field / industry

Comments

PART C: ACCURATE QUESTIONS YES / NO 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and
POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT Demonstrate the knowledge of TRIGNOMETRY by Manipulating trigonometric expressions, sketching graphs of

POST ASSESSMENT MODERATION REPORT

Demonstrate the knowledge of TRIGNOMETRY by Manipulating trigonometric expressions, sketching graphs of trigonometric functions, and solving equations (5268)

Programme Name: WLCNZ Diploma in Electronics

Unit / Paper Number: 5268

Paper Name Demonstrate the knowledge of TRIGNOMETRY by Manipulating trigonometric expressions, sketching graphs of trigonometric functions, and solving equations

Level: 3

Credits (1-20): 20

Assessor Name: Muhammad Waseem Soomro

Moderation Date: 05 11 2012

Name of Moderator: Saud Altaf

Quick Report

Yes / No

Comment

Assessment attached

   

Marking Schedule/Model Answer attached

   

Samples attached

   

Suggested answers match the questions

   

Marking is Fair

   

Marking is valid

   

Marking is accurate

   

Marking is consistent

   

The student scripts are authentic

   

Moderator Signature

 

Date

05 11 2012

Student Samples Paper A:

Student Samples Paper B:

Student Samples Paper C:

REPORT IN DETAIL

The Post-Assessment Moderation is based on 5 measures. The moderator must check the assessment for its Fairness, Validity, Accuracy, Consistency, and Authenticity.

PART A:

FAIR

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

1.

Does the assessment meet the unit standard / learning outcome requirements? (Honest reflection)

2.

Is the assessment produced appropriate to the unit standard / learning outcome?

3.

Did all students have a fair chance to succeed in doing the assessment? (Guidelines / timeframe)

4.

Has the assessment been impartially marked?

 

Comments

 

PART B:

VALID

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

5.

Is the assessment precisely relevant to the learning outcomes / performance criterias.

6.

Is the assessment task current to unit standard / paper and / or industry field?

7.

Is the assessment marking reasonable and logical?

Comments

Student Samples Paper B: Student Samples Paper C: REPORT IN DETAIL The Post-Assessment Moderation is based

PART C:

ACCURATE

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

  • 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and concise? Spelling / punctuation / verbs and tasks?

 
  • 9. Is the way the assessment is written accurately enough to assess?

 

Comments

 

PART D:

CONSISTENT (RELIABLE)

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

10.

Is the assessment consistent across the student samples?

11.

Is the assessment marking at a consistent level?

12.

Is the assessment presentation consistent with course requirements?

Comments

 

PART E:

AUTHENTIC

 

QUESTIONS

YES / NO

13.

Has each student had independently carried out their assessments?

14.

Is the assessment task ‘authentic’/relevant to the field / industry

Comments

PART C: ACCURATE QUESTIONS YES / NO 8. Is the assessment edited / professionally presented and