Level 5 handling data answers

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Level 5 handling data answers

  1. 1. 1. Daylight hours Gives a complete correct response with both 3 months identified correctly and correct values given within the ranges as shown below, ie June 18.5 to 19.5 inclusive December 5 to 6 inclusive or Makes not more than one error, but if the error is in identifying a month 2 the pupil must follow through from that incorrect month eg • Jun 20 (error) Dec 6 • June 19 February (error) 10 or Makes not more than two errors or omissions, but if the error is in 1 identifying month(s) the pupil must follow through from that incorrect month(s) • eg June 12 (error) Dec 7 (error) • July (error) 18 Oct (error) 9 • June 12 (error) Jan (error) 7Queensbury School 1
  2. 2. ! Months not written in full Accept unambiguous indications eg, for December • D Do not accept ambiguous indication that could refer to other months eg, for June • J ! Dates given Ignore eg, for June accept • June 15th ! Follow through Note that follow through must be applied from incorrect months. Ranges for correct values are shown below Jan 6.5 to 7.5 inclusive Feb 9.5 to 10 inclusive Mar 12 to 12.5 inclusive Apr 15 to 16 inclusive May 17.75 to 18.25 inclusive (Jun 18.5 to 19.5 inclusive) Jul 17.5 to 18 inclusive Aug 15 to 15.5 inclusive Sep 12 to 12.5 inclusive Oct 9 to 9.5 inclusive Nov 6.5 to 7.5 inclusive (Dec 5 to 6 inclusive) ! Months omitted or months identified ambiguously Treat each omission or ambiguous response as one error eg, for 2m accept • J (ambiguous) 19 Dec 5.8 eg, for 1m accept • (omits) 19 (omits) 5.8 [3]Queensbury School 2
  3. 3. 2. Race 3 and 1200 and Maria and 6 2 Accept times within ± 0.1 minutesor For only 1 Any two or three of these correct Accept distance within ± 25 metres 1.5, or equivalent 1 ! Ignore name (already assessed) [3]3. (a) For 2m indicates classes Q, R and T only. 2 Accept any indication. Accept the correct classes indicated in any order. For only 1m indicates two correct classes, and not more than one incorrect class. or Indicates three correct classes and one incorrect class. (b) For 2m indicates the second and fourth statements only eg: 2 • Allow follow through from part (a) provided exactly three graphs were selected. The only valid follow through is for the second statement to be taken as false, so if the pupil has selected three classes including class P or class S, then for 2m accept: For only 1m accept: For only 1m indicates one correct statement and no incorrect statements. or Indicates both correct statements and one incorrect statement. Accept any indication provided the pupil’s intention is clear. If a mixture of ticks, crosses and blanks are used, assume that only the ticks indicate selections.Queensbury School 3
  4. 4. (c) Completes the graph to show a mean score of 6, eg: 1 100 80 % 60 of P u p ils 40 20 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 S c o re 100 80 % 60 of P u p ils 40 20 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 S c o re Drawings need not be accurate provided the pupil’s intention is clear. The total sum of the products of each score drawn with its percentage must equal 70. Do not accept a graph in which more or less than 100% of pupils are shown. [5]4. Cola (a) 30 1Queensbury School 4
  5. 5. (b) Correct response showing a total of 50% correct 1 eg 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% c o rre c t n o t c o rre c t 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% w ro n g 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% ! Chart not labelled or shaded Accept if two sections only eg 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Do not accept if more than 2 sections 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% (c) 120 1 Do not accept redundant % sign eg • 120%Queensbury School 5
  6. 6. (d) Indicates Caro’s and explains that she asked the most people, eg 1 • The more people you ask the more reliable the results are likely to be • She asked most • She asked 200, the others asked 20 and 50 • She asked a wider range of people Accept correct statement accompanied by an incorrect, or ambiguous, statement eg • Caro, because she asked more people and anyway more of hers got it correct Accept incomplete explanation eg • Only half of Brian’s were correct, and she asked more than Ali • Caro, because more of hers got it correct [4]5. Teachers (a) Indicates ‘No’ 1 (b) Indicates ‘Yes’ 1 (c) Indicates a percentage between 75 and 85 inclusive, 1 or the equivalent decimal or fractional value, eg • 80% • 0.83 17 • 20 285 • 360 1 Value qualified Accept if clearly intended to be within the range eg • Just over 75% • About 0.75 Do not accept if outside the range eg • Just under 75% ! Range of values given Accept if all values are within the acceptable range eg • 75 to 85% Do not accept a percentage without a sign or words indicating the value is a percentage eg • 80 Do not accept answer is not a proportionQueensbury School 6
  7. 7. • 280° [3]Queensbury School 7

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