what does "neutral" on a mark scheme mean?

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jazzie14
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everyone's like, oh it means you don't gain the mark, but you don't loose it either.... :confused:...what? if you don't gain a mark for that question, then you must have lost it. and if you haven't lost the mark, then you must have gained it... :confused::confused: i don't know, this is messing with my mind someone please help!
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It probably means that if you have written something correct followed by something wrong, they won't penalise you for the wrong bit...
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A neutral, means neutral...

When you write down two separate neutral points for a particular part of a question, you get one mark. That's how it goes.
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(Original post by jazzie14)
everyone's like, oh it means you don't gain the mark, but you don't loose it either.... :confused:...what? if you don't gain a mark for that question, then you must have lost it. and if you haven't lost the mark, then you must have gained it... :confused::confused: i don't know, this is messing with my mind someone please help!
I think it means that what you have written is technically right, but you are not answering the question.

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So you get a mark for it?
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