ISCA marking

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  1. Aashish jain

    Aashish jain New Member

    Dear all, does any1 really know on how marking is done for ISCA?
    For eg. If an answer has been written exactly like the one in the practice manual then how many marks can be expected if it is a 5 mark question? Full 5? Or some compulsory deductions are done?

    Thank you
  2. Sumit Agarwal

    Sumit Agarwal Active Member

    Marking depends on lot of factor even if you had written the exact answer as per the module your marks may get deducted. So there is no such logic.
  3. Manoj Mehra

    Manoj Mehra Active Member

    You would be awarded marks if the answer written by you is correct.

    You dont always have to reciprocate what is written in the book.

    Your answer should be correct and that is what matters the most.
  4. Aashish jain

    Aashish jain New Member

    @manoj so if the answer is correct can full marks be expected??
  5. Aashish jain

    Aashish jain New Member

    So if my answer is correct i can expect full marks??
  6. Amit Sahni

    Amit Sahni Active Member

    I'm not sure if full marks would be awarded or not but appropriate marks would be awarded if the answer is correct.

    The aim of ICAI is to check the knowledge of the student and not the ability to mug up and reciprocate the words as it is.
  7. ashish arora

    ashish arora New Member

    Your writing skills and presentation matters because ICAI suggests step marking for exp: If 5 marks question containing 5 steps or point and examiner able to correctly see what u have written like 3 steps then 3 marks.
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    bhinang New Member

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