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    Hey guys, first good luck to your applications.
    I've heard that the scores of ENGAA are similar to IELTS(0~9), so how could someone tell me how my raw marks is transferred to the UMS marks?
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    Hey guys, first good luck to your applications.
    I've heard that the scores of ENGAA are similar to IELTS(0~9), so how could someone tell me how my raw marks is transferred to the UMS marks?
    I suppose you could @ the ATs. I have scoured the threads regarding ENGAA and have found nothing. but it's really the band marks that matter. band marks are given based on percentile which is more relevant
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    (Original post by ikaze)
    Hey guys, first good luck to your applications.
    I've heard that the scores of ENGAA are similar to IELTS(0~9), so how could someone tell me how my raw marks is transferred to the UMS marks?
    (Original post by yukeming)
    I suppose you could @ the ATs. I have scoured the threads regarding ENGAA and have found nothing. but it's really the band marks that matter. band marks are given based on percentile which is more relevant
    Forecast has a spreadsheet for last year - the standardisation will vary each year but it will give an indication.

    Note the very wide spread of scores held by Offer holders highlights that the ENGAA does not, on it's own, make or break an application. It's just one more set of data for the colleges to consider when they holistically assess each application.
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Forecast has a spreadsheet for last year - the standardisation will vary each year but it will give an indication.

    Note the very wide spread of scores held by Offer holders highlights that the ENGAA does not, on it's own, make or break an application. It's just one more set of data for the colleges to consider when they holistically assess each application.
    Got that, thanks!
 
 
 
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