Your guide to internal assessment
Administering internal assessment
The tables below may help you administer your internal assessment over the coming weeks.
Applied GCSE Health and Social Care
|Where can I find the mark scheme?||The marking grid with the mark bands for each assessment criterion for Unit 1 is on pages 21-23 and for Unit 3 is on pages 30-34 of the specification.|
|Is there any exemplar work?||There is exemplar work on the GCSE Health and Social Care page and Edexcel Communities page.|
|Is there any marking guidance?||Past examiner reports, FAQs and teacher support materials are available on the GCSE Health and Social Care page.|
|Where are the Candidate Record Sheets?||You should fill in a Candidate record sheet for each candidate. They can be found on page 61 of the specification.|
Applied GCE Health and Social Care
|Where can I find the mark scheme?||Unit by unit in the specification.|
|Is there any exemplar work?||Yes - the exemplar work is available on the Edexcel Health and Social Care Communities page.|
|Is there any marking guidance?||Yes - unit by unit in the Moderator Reports, available on the Applied GCE Health and Social Care page.|
|Where are the Candidate Record Sheets?||Unit 2
|Internal Standardisation||If several teachers are marking, it's essential that you carry out internal moderation before you finalise the marks in order to ensure that the rank order is correct.|
The sample is pre-selected and can be identified by:
You also need to send the work of the highest- and lowest-scoring candidates if they're not part of the requested sample.
The name and address of the moderator can be found:
You should submit your students' total raw marks (not grades) to Edexcel:
You should enclose students' total raw marks (not grades) with the sample you send to the moderator using:
A score of zero should only be used if a candidate has submitted work that is found to meet none of the assessment criteria. An X should be used for any candidate who is absent.
|Final date for submitting marks and samples||15 May 2013|