Can students 'resit' a unit that has been given a unit teacher assessed grade (TAG)?
Yes, students can take an exam or a moderated unit that has been awarded a teacher assessed grade.
- For Cambridge Nationals: make a unit entry for the assessment series they will be taking/submitting the unit.
- For Cambridge Technicals examined units: make a test unit entry for the series the student will be taking the exam.
- For Cambridge Technicals moderated units: make a claim for the unit when the work is ready to be moderated at a visit/virtual visit.
If a student decides to 'resit' a unit that has previously been given a teacher assessed grade, which mark/grade will count?
Once the unit teacher assessed grade has been awarded, the usual resit results for Cambridge Nationals and Cambridge Technicals apply, with the exception that a unit TAG does not count towards the limited number of permitted attempts for examined units.
We will use the best of any permitted multiple attempts, including the unit teacher assessed grade, towards the overall qualification grade.
Does the unit teacher assessed grade count as one of the permitted attempts for examined units?
No, the unit teacher assessed grade does not count towards the resit limit for examined units (moderated units do not have a resit limit).