Each of the 3 units studied in the Higher course has an associated NAB (National Assessment Bank) assessment. Each NAB is composed of a multiple choice theory test comprising 20 questions. A mark of 12 or more is required to pass this aspect of the NAB. If a student fails to pass the NAB at the first attempt, then they will be given a second chance within a matter of weeks to achieve a pass.
As well as the theory NAB, practical NABs are built into the day to day running of the course. It may be possible that a student passes a practical NAB without even realising that they were sitting it!
NABs should not be confused with the coursework. To obtain an overall course award, a student must pass the NAB for each of the course units. A pupil does not necessary have to pass the coursework, but the actual mark achieved here will be used directly in calculating a student's overall course award grade.
You were asked just a matter of weeks before the exam what you felt were the 5 topics across all subject units that you were strongest at in preparation for exam day.
The Wordle below tries to say it all. What do you think?
|2011 SQA||2011 SQA Soln : Section 1 and 2|
|2008 SQA||2008 SQA Solution|
|2007 SQA||2007 SQA Solution|
|2006 SQA||2006 SQA Solution|
|Prelims 2006 - 2011||2011 Prelim Solution|
|2010 Prelim Solution|
|2009 Prelim Solution|
|2008 Prelim Solution|
|2006 Prelim Solution|
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