F6 math stat sba marking

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F6 math stat sba marking

  1. 1. HKDSE Mathematics School-based assessment Task: Performance of Job ApplicantsQuestion Level of Mathematical Knowledge and Data-handling performance SkillsPart A (a) Weak Attempt to compare two sets of data by incomplete / wrong statistical terms. Fair Compare two sets of data by suitable chart but without statistical measures. Good Use a correct chart to present the two sets of data. Either measures of central tendency or measures of dispersion are included. Very good Use a correct chart to present the two sets of data and include both measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion.Part A (b) Weak Making a fake conclusion and with non- statistical interpretation. Fair Making an inappropriate conclusion using some statistical terms. Good Making a reasonable conclusion but the explanation is insufficient. Very good Making a reasonable conclusion with both central tendency and dispersion compared.Part B Weak Guess a wrong passing mark / not recognize the meaning of passing percentage. Fair Guess a correct passing mark and attempt to calculate the passing percentage. Good Guess a correct passing mark. Correct concept of passing percentage with one incorrect answer. Very good All answers correct with clear presentation.Part C Weak The passing percentages are not calculated. Fair Attempt to calculate the passing percentages but with incorrect answers. Good Passing percentages calculated with one incorrect answer. Proper reasons to support the conclusion. Very good Correct passing percentages calculated with correct reasons to support the conclusion. Assessment ScaleLevel of Performance Mathematical Communication SkillsVery Good The student communicates ideas in a clear, well organized and logically true manner, using appropriate and correct forms of mathematical presentation to

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