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In an effort to acquire experience in the classroom I decided that it would be a good idea to enrol on a Teaching Assistant Level 2 course. I am currently finishing my BA English Literature of which I should attain a 2:1 minimum and until today believed that I was reasonably competent in my chosen academic discipline.
My confidence has been shaken due to the result of a BKSB initial diagnostic assessment. Although I was fairly confident in my answers it determined that I was working at Level 1 in English. I cannot quite understand what answers were wrong and it is beginning to make me severely doubt my future and my intelligence.
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I have recently completed the bksb initial assessment in maths and English and scored at level 1. I have got a level 2 certificate in maths and English, I have a level 3 qualification in teaching and learning and have worked in schools for 5 years! Can't understand why it was so low as I thought I'd done well until the results.
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What is the answer for the show has a large display board where visitors are encouraged to pin up their own instant camera pictures, taken during the event. The board is shown below. The board is 3.6 m width and 1.8 m length. How many 6 cm by 6 cm pictures could fit on the wall
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