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Friday, April 9, 2010

MST365 - CMA41 Feedback available

The results of MST365 - CMA41 are in. Much faster than was the case with MST121. We had to wait for weeks on the results of these CMA's. Anyway, my result is 88%, although I had three questions wrong. So probably not all questions had the same weight. The odd thing is that I should have studied harder on MT365, I don't 'own' the subject yet. But even if I did, I would have missed a few questions. How did the other students do? Well, 60% of the students scored in the 85-100 range, while 40% scored in the 0-84 range. Only 1% scored below the required 40% for a pass. An Open University student doing level 3 courses must be highly motivated by definition which should explain the hypothetical 99% "pass rate". - All in all, I am fairly content with this CMA result.

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