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Old 12-07-2017, 01:02 PM
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Originally Posted by twig93 View Post

Personally, I am skeptical of anything that doesn't have blind grading, which you simply don't have at a university. The student's name is right there on the paper, test, whatever.
You dont write your name on an exam script.

Seriously, so much misinformation floating around here about the UK.

You are given a student number and an exam number at a UK University.

During an exam you write down only your exam number on the script. The grader (who is independent) will not know who you are, which makes the process fair.
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