Faculty of health, psychology and social care




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FACULTY OF HEALTH, PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL CARE




DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION




MSc PHYSIOTHERAPY (PRE-REGISTRATION)




DEFINITIVE DOCUMENT



VERSION 2: REVISED 20 NOVEMBER 2007


GUIDANCE NOTES ON THE RECALIBRATION MARKING SCHEME FOR TAUGHT POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


The Academic Board approved revisions to The Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Programmes of Study on 6 July 2007. The revised Regulations may be consulted at:


http://www.mmu.ac.uk/academic/grad_regulations.php


The main revision is the change from a 40% to 50% pass mark. The pass mark is changing but the threshold level for pass remains the same, as do all learning outcomes. I.e. attainment of the new 50% pass mark is no 'harder,' but of exactly the same in rigour, as the old 40% pass mark. As the revised regulations will apply to all students apart from those who complete their programme by 31 December 2007, for the 2007/08 transition year it is necessary to have a calibration scale to map from the old to the new marking scheme for marks already awarded. This will only apply at unit mark level for the purposes of calculating the award classification, not for each individual element of assessment. This recalibration marking scheme is for the use of staff and students, because most programme and unit handbooks will already have been produced for 2007/08 with the old marking scale included. For 2007/08 onwards, only the new marking scale will be used.


20 November 2007 update:


Following a query it has been necessary to amend the recalibration scale to address the mapping over of the compensation band (35%-39% under the old regulations) to the condonement band (45%-49% under the revised regulations).


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HISTORY OF MODIFICATIONS


TYPE OF MODIFICATION

(Eg, ADC, Major or Minor)

DESCRIPTION

APPROVAL

(DATE)

Approval

New Definitive Document

26 & 27 September 2006


N/A

Insert ‘Guidance Notes on the Recalibration Marking Scheme for Taught Postgraduate Programmes’


N/A

Minor

  1. Amendment to Programme Structure via the introduction of examination period at end of Theme 1 for Patient Management 2 and Patient Management 4 [20 credit mandatory core units]



  1. Reconfiguration of existing mandatory core units:

    • Patient Management 2 [20 credits]

    • Patient Management 3 [10 credits]

    • Patient Management 4 [20 credits]




22 November 2007

(FADC min 039)
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