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Walsh77
Allocation of Marks

I know the written section is out of 135 marks this year, what does that make the listening and oral out of marks wise?


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15johannadietz
I was wondering that too and I have no idea
matthewhussey
unchanged at 100 and 80 marks
Bencudmore
Basically the listening and oral will have the exact same marks. Because the written exam is worth less marks, your overall score in it will be multiplied by 1.63 [I think] to get the marks with the oral and listening. 135 times 1.63 is roughly 220, which is the original worth of the written paper. So if you get 100/135 in the written, it will be multiplied by 1.63 to 163/220. This is all done so that the oral/listening could keep the same marks
Walsh77
Walsh77
@bencudmore cheers thanks
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