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I would really appreciate it if anyone could answer these questions regarding my devised drama piece (component 1) on Monday. Is the devised piece 15 marks? and is the highest grade possible a level 5?. For the portfolio what is the highest grade?. Drama
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Hi! I do a different exam board so may not be exactly the same but for us the devised was out of 15 and the portfolio was out of 30 then an evaluation was out of 15 as well. The highest grade we could get in this was a 9 as all the marks from the different components are added together to work out the total percentage at the end. Hope that's slightly helpful, sorry if not
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(Original post by hweller)
Hi! I do a different exam board so may not be exactly the same but for us the devised was out of 15 and the portfolio was out of 30 then an evaluation was out of 15 as well. The highest grade we could get in this was a 9 as all the marks from the different components are added together to work out the total percentage at the end. Hope that's slightly helpful, sorry if not
Thank You so much, i think Edexel this performance is worth 40% of the GCSE. Theirs a criteria online published by Edexcel but it only goes up to a 5. Thank you once again, really appreciate it!
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Thank You so much, i think Edexel this performance is worth 40% of the GCSE. Theirs a criteria online published by Edexcel but it only goes up to a 5. Thank you once again, really appreciate it!
Yes our devised section is 40% too so likely to work in much the same way!
No worries!
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how do you guys revise for drama. i do WJEC and i find the written assessments so hardd.
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Our written exam involves a live theatre review and analysing a play text (DNA). For the theatre review, I created a poster with three key scenes that I've tried to learn the different aspects of (eg lighting, sound, costume, character interaction, mood etc) so I can look at the question and pretty much always know I can find enough stuff to write about.
Practising questions are key as well, even just in note form to get you thinking quickly
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how do you guys revise for drama. i do WJEC and i find the written assessments so hardd.
Sorry but we're just on component one, we haven't actually done written assesements.
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I'm so stressed for the exam, It's on Monday and I personally know all my lines but my other group members don't and i know we graded individually but if they forget their lines i won't be able to say mine because it won't make sense
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