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What are these figures about used in league tables? I know they are marked out of 24 but how do they get these stastics?
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http://www.qaa.ac.uk/revreps/reviewreports.htm

They get them by doing assessments of whether the teaching on a particular course meets the objectives set out by the course conveners.

So, there are obvious flaws in that. A university with simple objectives that fulfils them will get a better score than a uni with harder objectives that doesn't.
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(Original post by llama boy)
http://www.qaa.ac.uk/revreps/reviewreports.htm

They get them by doing assessments of whether the teaching on a particular course meets the objectives set out by the course conveners.

So, there are obvious flaws in that. A university with simple objectives that fulfils them will get a better score than a uni with harder objectives that doesn't.
Thanks the reason I ask because my university ranking is low because of poor teaching results and lowish entry grades. Everything else seems to score quite well.
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