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Old 04-22-2019, 06:21 PM
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Originally Posted by anothermathteacher View Post
I assume that this has been posted or talked about before, but I cannot find much from SOA regarding their grading of WA questions. I see some general advice, but it seems more relevant to FSA exams.

Does anyone have insights into how grading is done? For instance, if I am unable to calculate a value in part a) that's used in part b), and I know how to calculate part b), given part a), could I simply set answer to a) equal to "x" and show my work for b)?

If all work in b) is correct but I am unable to get a final answer due to inability to calculate value in part a), would I still receive full credit?
Full marks? Not from me. Part marks? If you showed me a starting formula with variables and stuff, sure!!!!
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