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OPTIONAL EXAMINATION FEEDBACK FORM

The use of this form is not compulsory; providing feedback in another format is acceptable if that is more
appropriate. See [ http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/quality-manual/assessment/feedback.htm ]
Module Code:

K14ACT

Module Title:

Air Conditioning Technologies

Credits:

10

Module Convenor(s):

Dr Y Su

General Comments:

Please provide comments on overall performance highlighting how students may improve overall technique to enhance
results in the future.

There is a big difference in marks this year. The students who have got a good mark have shown good
understanding of knowledge on the taught subject and basic skills on problem-solving. These students
might have a relevant background in the taught subject. Review of the lecture notes after each lecture
should be important to ensure a good understanding, therefore to achieve a good examination result.

Question Specific Comments:

It is not compulsory to complete this section. However, where there are comments regarding performance on
individual questions which may highlight strategies for improving results in the future, module convenors may
consider completing this section. This section is likely only to be relevant where students have been allowed to
retain the examination question paper or the paper is being published along with this form.

Question 1:

Good

Question 2:

Good

Question 3:

Good

Question 4:

Good

Question 5:

Good

Question 6:

~1/3 students were unable to do

Question 7:

~2/3 students were unable to do

Question 8:

~1/3 students were unable to do.

Question 9:

Good

Question
10:

Understanding desiccant air conditioning may be not easy. Most of the students in this year have
shown a good understanding of technology.
The students who have got a poor mark were not able to answer Q10 satisfactorily.

Question
11:

Quantitative Information
It may be helpful to students to provide information on the distribution of marks, either for the
module/examination as a whole, or for individual questions. It is not compulsory to provide such information, but
where Schools have these figures available (for example, because they already amend Saturn generated
spreadsheets to record individual question scores) this may provide the student with a useful comparison of their
performance in relation to their peers and overall student performance on the examination. The Examinations
Office can provide guidance on how spreadsheets may be set up to record this information if Schools wish to do
so.
Below is one possible format for presenting the information in cases where distributions by individual questions
are available (the example below would obviously have to be adjusted for postgraduate students). It may, of
course, be felt better to present the information graphically rather than in table form.

All students performance scores:

(This table shows the distribution of scores of students who attempted the Examination)

Number
First
2:1
2:2
3
Fail
Mean Mark

Overall
8
2
1
2
3
0
58

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

Q6

Q7

Q8

Q9

Q10

Q11