���~� ���$����ᇭ���ʒ!m���;gH�)E�]��(�crI�p8s8;+��„$T&R7ҟ�Xj�0��P��X��5�qB'��F)La���;;99�� i���׫�!�C�^u�����_n����{������d&��{��̼{.T7��q�i�����OZ���/C�����|�ǡ��Yn���^��������Nu'������nA���!Oi��e�Fw���x|��|y��9�� ���gO�����w��M��籷��Е���a���'��Ǽ���;���z��]Bv�q�� ����R��Y�d����z}�X�v��j���O��xr�oh�]�Z��K_Vh����GpANfK&sH��x��TRJ��g�4Ya]QE፧��n�}� ����k���ꁎ I can attest to the fact that my group marked everyone fairly, and any snaking attempts would be too obvious if the caliber of answers are high yet the marks low. If you really really want to talk about the unfairness, if you have noticed, "team unprepared" actually has the LEAST number of students amongst all the other groups. Maybe the memorisation skills that were honed during the 2 additional years would've helped, if the quizzes were closed book. Current members of the Universities Superannuation Scheme appointed to lecturing posts (including heads of teaching departments and professors), may be eligible for continued membership of USS. A key benefit of grade-based assessment (GBA) is that grades and associated descriptors help you to … Why do you complain about the PhD students but not Year 4 SBS students? ; If you are a M.Eng. You can tell which set of rules apply to you b… Maybe they've decided to prepare better after criticisms from the first presentation, don't you think? If you are a M.Eng. I was talking about the preparation and execution of the first presentation. Hopefully with enough feedback, things will get better. The group that did not even manage to present half their slides before exceeding 8 minutes and getting cut off by the professor got the BEST group simply for their "idea". : 1pt for derivative of lnx 1pt for derivative of cosx 3pt for chain rule (loss 3 points if fail three times) 1pt for the slope, provided the computation above is correct line. Enter mark in the From field, select grading systems, and then click Convert. Anyway, this sem is my last sem in NTU! You would probably know the answer to why microbes don't look like anything if you looked at the slides (during the open book test). On to the format of the quizzes, just because another course you had attended before had marks calibrated to match the number of points required, isn't it too presumptuous to assume the same for a different course? Adult Learners Scheme. phd students have had way more experience in terms of years spent studying than any undergraduate, and that brings a ton of benefits to their preparation. The maximum GPA is 5.0, corresponding to a grade A or A+ for a particular subject. if that's the case, why aren't people being upset with all the obvious advantages in say, BS1001 where a H2 biology student has an advantage over everyone else who HAVE to take the mod and have not taken H2 Biology? Course Load and the Academic Unit System With the introduction of the Academic Units system in the university, the Master by Coursework programme students have to accumulate a total of 30 Academic Units (AUs) to graduate. 1.2 The purpose of defining these descriptors is to provide the NTU standard against which Schools can develop their own grading schemes. ~ F��A L�s�d�J��x�@*�(H�00�.�,B�`q� %��d U�` n� The point wasn't about getting the answer right or wrong. What is necessary will not be determined by you, and if you want to know why I posted in 3 different subs, I was genuinely interested to hear about stories of improper grading, but unfortunately no one is willing to share their stories. Grading scheme: 10% participation grade, 70% spread among 5 quizzes, 20% final presentation. We recognise the value that adult learners bring to the classroom with their work and life experiences that will enrich the diversity of our undergraduates. If the rubric stated clearly how much each of the components weighed, and the idea came down to a large majority of it, sure. NTU Doctoral School. You are comparing apples to oranges. And if this prof tries anything funny, it’ll only escalate higher and higher. Some MCQ questions were worth 5 marks, while others 10 (Similar weightage to short answer Qs). As a current doctoral candidate, we want to offer all the tools and resources that are needed to thrive in candidate’s chosen field. 7. also we weren't crowned the best group twice, we were given a special mention the first time for the originality of idea/creativity of our pitch! you aren't even competing with them in the same curve? And unfortunately, I've had to mention factors surrounding their presentation, which was central to sharing about the methodological flaws of the grading system. Additionally, there was access to the correct answers and through the exercise and discussion within your group, you would have gain feedback on your OWN answers as well as learnt from the mistake of others. All students in NTU are provided 9/12 AUs to practice the S/U option, which can only be used for GER-PEs and UEs. HardwareZone Forum Insider on Facebook LinkBack: Thread Tools: 30-12-2011, 04:10 PM #1: happy87. I would say that this prof's lectures are far from horrible; there are WORSE out there (as an SBS student, I'm sure you can attest to that!). You have already dropped a huge clue of what the module is in your post. Coding Theory: 2014-2015: 1st: MH 8300 - Full toturial. A … Marks allocated to short answer Qs did not correspond to the amount of points we had to write (E.g. 377 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<1E06D537EF4CE045A7C36FCF6D751D46>]/Index[369 20]/Info 368 0 R/Length 59/Prev 107342/Root 370 0 R/Size 389/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Quizzes. 5. In fact, I'm certain the students have been inspired by the narratives presented, undergraduates and PhD alike. she is well prepared and has very nicely typed out slides, with clear formatting, extra reading materials. 2 groups did not have time to have their Q&A session because the class timing was exceeded, but the professor instructed us all to rate these groups the maximum points for that question. But if you would state your major, I might give clues to help you avoid it next semester. Grading scheme: 10% participation grade, 70% spread among 5 quizzes, 20% final presentation. why is that so? �4 �Ĝ Fe~-! Obviously the presentations were shallow af due to the time constraints. I myself have taken many "unsavoury" modules but you do not see me yaking away online about them (: I would say that this prof's lectures are far from horrible; there are WORSE out there (as an SBS student, I'm sure you can attest to that!). 369 0 obj <> endobj Let's make this a civil and vibrant place for open discussion! For enquiries on DR-NTU submission, please email library@ntu.edu.sg; Share Article. Join Date: Dec 2007. Member . P�����t!|�"EZ8"| �V��y#�"�M Not sure what your point is. News. And I am very well aware of who you are and how you have vested interest in undermining the valid concerns I have brought up. If you are unhappy about it, take it up with your school planners. They were part of the presentations as well, which gave an unfair advantage to groups with phD students. Read our advice, guidance and FAQs about your exams and assessments during the Coronavirus pandemic. For the final presentation, the peer grading was stated to be a gauge for each groups performance and also so that you pay attention to the content prepared by the presenters while a the same time learn as you think about the points in the peer review form. If no student asked any questions, the prof and TA should have done so in order to grade you on that portion of the nonexistent rubrics. Our current doctoral candidates . I don't know, you decide! By the way, since you have taken the liberty to comment that I should have listened better, maybe you too missed the point about 30% of our score being based on the peer evaluation. Section A rules apply to most final year students, who started their studies on a three-year undergraduate course in September / October 2016 and who are now in their third and final year. Grading Schemes. Hi fellow undergraduate in one of the two teams that did not have their Q&A/phD candidate/TA taking the module. Class had both undergraduates and phD students. It’s not just as a gauge to how well we did, it’s part of our score. The grading systems that are used at Primary, Secondary, and Junior College levels are the most fundamental to the local system used. If you wanted the chocolates that were presented as prizes for the presentation, I'm sure the "Best" group will be happy to share them! The groups were not preformed and we had the choice to choose where we wanted to sit on the first tutorial, you guys could have chosen another table, or brought up the fact that you needed more members. The same group that did not finish their quiz 3 presentation: group unprepared, also exceeded the 25 minutes for their final presentation. They do not apply to every final year student. %%EOF 1.1 This document defines the NTU grading descriptors for application to undergraduate and postgraduate assessment. The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) is open to Researchers and all Professional Services and Support colleagues. A lot of questions were so ambiguous that anything could've been the answer. Due to the professor's bad/lack of planning, the professor did not realise that the lecture fell on union day and another public holiday, thus reducing the overall number of lectures. Given that it is the professor's first module, I believe she did a decent job in keeping the module as just as possible. The fact that this module has glaring issues with the transparency of its grading system can't be ignored even though your group benefited from it. �����D7n��zO�觘��q席FTC&%��I�.m����1B�}4�Ҹ�~ It's a Discreetly Discrete World: 08/'07-11/'10: all: Teaching Assistant. For details of the Grade Point Average system, please click here. 2. One of the questions was "Did the group answer questions well?". Peer marking with snakes around. On to the format of the quizzes, just because another course that you had attended before had marks calibrated to match the number of points required, maybe it is too presumptuous to assume the same for a different course? I have no idea. Can't share the mod, else I get into trouble. Firstly, I do acknowledge the frustration that you may have faced due to the ambiguity of some instructions during the course. (b)The linear approximation, being the tangent line at x=1, of f(0:98) is L 1(0:98)=1:01. Research. here's my take on the points you mentioned: the fact that we had no qna if you were actually listening was because NO ONE ASKED. the merger merger Tin placeat NTIJ prior to the merger merger 45- 45- 49% 49% 49% 45 - 45 - 49% 49% CM cp 49% NC NS WF WF OFFICIAL GRADING SYSTEM HIGHER EDUCATION 85 to 100% 75 to < 85% 65 to < 75% 50 to < 45 to < o to < HD NE High Distinction … Table of Contents The School 1 Key Faculty Members 2 Undergraduate Office 5 Pastoral Care Unit 7 Academic Mentoring Scheme 8 General Contact Information 9 MAE Club 12 Leadership Development Programme 13 Overseas Programme 14 Programme Educational Objectives 17 Curriculum Overview 19 Grade Point … Unfortunately, I disagree with the notion that any meaningful learning can be achieved from comparing the answers of our classmates to an answer key provided by the professor, even if any discussion happened within the group. For the presentation, the requirements were clearly presented the week before and perhaps paying attention wouldn't hurt. Page 2 of 3 2.3 Course Exemption and Transfer of Credits Courses that are exempted and courses with approval to transfer credits will not be counted in the calculation of TGPA or CGPA. Again, no presentation rubrics were given to us. Why do you complain about the PhD students but not Year 4 SBS students? h�b```�Lf�S cB����Y,�d7��*f`�U����,,,,��D @����(с�l Nottingham Trent University Online Workspace (NOW) NTU Email; Timetable; Dashboard; Library ; Get your exam results online ; Exam results publication dates For the final presentation, the peer grading was stated to be a gauge for each groups performance and also so that you pay attention to the content prepared by the presenters while at the same time learn as you think about the points in the peer review form. there were actually many many opportunities for you to participate and ask questions, if she knew some of the SBS students by name and face I'm sure she'll recognise yours too (: You seem to be very emotionally charged, and by no means I am trying to insult your group, or any of your group members/classmates who seem to be swarming this thread while circlejerking and making unsavory comments. For the first quiz: The purpose of the peer review was so that you can learn while scrutinising the answers presented by your colleagues. 30% of our grade was determined by peer grading with questions on a google form ranging from a 1-4 scale. (You also know very well this is the first year the module is offered, and the prof was receptive to getting feedback via the proper channels, so was posting this really necessary?). The 2019/2020 pay award for all staff groups has now been agreed. I don't know, why didn't you ask one then? It seems like an unfair judgement to state that a group was unprepared just because their presentation exceeded the time limit (in fact this could also be due to the fact that they had MORE content to deliver if not for the restriction, in which the professor kindly reminded them to take note of if they were ever in a formal competition). there are many modules in NTU with PhD students in the class, why are u so pressed? For the presentation, the requirements were clearly presented the week before and perhaps paying attention wouldn't hurt. Hi OP, I too took the same course (presumably) this semester and would love to express some views on the module. Additionally, they did not have a Q&A session due to time constraints. www.mae.ntu.edu.sg) and their NTU emails regularly for updated information. As my team had the advantage of having their counsel , I can see how it skews the quality of the presentation. One in three who are aware of deepfakes say they have inadvertently shared them on social media, finds NTU study. So if they weren't H2 Biology students, then it's their choice. However, given that we are in a period of uncertainty granted the COVID situation and the fact that the course coordinator did swiftly rectify mistakes in the schedule ( even gave buffer time to study for the quiz following the incident), don't you think you had an overly critical judgement on the fairness of the course? NTU united against COVID-19. (E.g. Additionally, there was access to the correct answers and through the exercise and discussion within your group, you would have gained feedback on your OWN answers as well as learnt from the mistake of others. ?��\�y-��,We�´�tLp���6m���pW"?� �0���d ��q�+�&��O��n�W# KY�p��P�����G[��#��C��0Tsi�[8���Z�_��d�(� �N1=@GB[Ł)^Eu^p�(jkT����� �a(v��2�(+[N��qw袷3ה͘��N�)� 큍�"۠��.ѯ��� 횖e�ߢ-�Bˊ}:?��c�Q�J��U�����m���U�DY��yϗ�X���m-.�~T �f������j�00��S)�/9�j+��s�M ���i�. At Nottingham Trent University, we provide a supportive environment and a thriving research culture to help our doctoral candidates reach their potential. Some groups had phD students while some did not. Assessment practice at NTU uses grades. Also, did you really have to post the same thing on three different subreddits? not everything is going to be like the "structured examination system" you're so familiar and pampered with in Singapore, if you've taken many ASE mods you'll know this is the case. Copy and paste this whole thing into teaching feedback form. Professor rarely asked questions, but when it happened, we had an average of 0.5 seconds to respond. (a) Grades and grade points are assigned as follows: Or perhaps no other module has such extensive grading flaws. Only the people who have benefited from the flawed system of this module would see it in such a light. What's the purpose of peer marking for a quiz that has right and wrong answers? If you have listened, one team was commended for the stellar delivery of their presentation and the other team was also commended for the 'idea' behind their presentation despite getting cut off at the 8 min mark. if that's the case, why aren't people being upset with all the obvious advantages in say, BS1001 where a H2 biology student has an advantage over everyone else who HAVE to take the mod and have not taken H2 Biology? No fixed format, some weeks were all short answer Q, some weeks were a mix. 0 Grade-based assessment Read about the new NTU grading scheme and advantages of grade-based assessment (GBA) for Nottingham Trent University undergraduate students. If, for example, you have done a placement year, or for any other reason have delayed your studies (perhaps if you deferred your studies, or if you had to repeat a year) then your degree classification may be calculated in a different way. Of course, it's only my opinion. Fk all the comments too long to read :sobs: The Long comments are just members of the group I called “unprepared” in the OP trying to justify how the points I brought up about the grading flaws aren’t legit. Unless you are referring to the benefits of having gone through 2 additional years of irrelevant biology knowledge (Except for the DNA part which was only a small portion of it). First of all Roy, thank you for your thoughts on the matter. S/U Grading Option. It's not to shame the prof in question, otherwise I would have stated the school and course code. NTU academic structure, academic units, curricular requirements, candidature and graduation requirements, registration of courses, examinations and grades, grading system But the main point is not about group unprepared, the point is about the absence of a presentation rubric. Why do you think I got this question wrong? I'm sure having an additional 2 years of biology education compared to majority of the students in the class (who are Year 2s) would have been helpful, especially given what the module is. For the first quiz: The purpose of the peer review was so that you can learn while scrutinising the answers presented by your colleagues. The first presentation was ranked, and the professor made it a point that there were 2 groups that tied for the best group. This isn't a personal attack, but merely a statement of fact.) ORDLO, Quiz 3 was replaced with a 8 minute presentation. This means that if you score A or A+ for all the subjects that you take, you will get achieve a 5.0 GPA in the end. The purpose of this thread is to elicit sharing from the readers of r/NTU about any unfair grading they have experienced. Presenting the requirements and having a rubric in black and white are two totally different things. Group that did not finish both their presentations on time got BEST group both times. phD students were also involved in the peer evaluation, and they were working very closely and forged some bonds with their groups throughout the weeks. Contrary to popular belief, posting about flaws in quizzes and presentation grading does not mean that I am doing badly in these aspects. Read about the new NTU grading scheme and advantages of grade-based assessment (GBA) for Nottingham Trent University undergraduate students. In my past 3.5 years in NTU, every single quiz or exam has question scores calibrated to match the number of points required. Because their grade was artificially inflated due to the prof's instruction to give the maximum grade to groups that did not have Q&As. TL;DR: Questionable mark allocation for quizzes, vague questions. Thus, we had 1 weeks' notice to plan and execute an 8 minute presentation. (Edit: Seems like the group members themselves have taken the liberty of undermining the concerns in this thread due to their vested interest in maintaining their advantage. USP grading system does not follow that of regular NTU courses. Primary schools. The professor and TA made it a point to ask every group questions to faciliate the calibration of how well prepared a group was for Q&A. Posts: 254 What is the ntu grading system for conversion to marks? Grading; Grading. "Explain the assertion: Microbes don't look actually look like anything") - I got this question right, so if anyone would like to make the argument that I'm posting this because I did badly, think again. :) For the first quiz, we were tasked to do peer marking which made up 30% of our grade. Are you worrying about reputation of NTU, the school, or the professor in question? The answer is written on week 1 part 2 slide 8. hello from an actual member of team unprepared! h�bbd``b`�$�� ��H0����@�+ Let me share my experience in this core module that I took this semester. Because SBS students don't learn anything close to what was taught in this module. The grade of Passed/Failed may be used in some assessments. endstream endobj startxref 6. actually, you were supposed to be taking pictures every week, noting and updating the document she provided on your Winogradsky Column, giving you ample time to actually study it. The Grade Point Average (GPA) system applies to students admitted to the School of Humanities and Social Sciences in AY2004-2005 and all students admitted to Year 1 with effect from AY2005-2006 and direct entry students admitted to Year 2 with effect from AY2006-2007. Of course, if you're talking about the molecular methods, different people with different backgrounds will know different things and isn't that expected in a university? NTU Singapore provides real-world exposures, overseas opportunities and career guidance from your first year. To give context, this module is a core for 2 majors (X and Y), offered by the school of X. Calculus for the Sciences I, II, and III, Probability and Statistics. And are you seriously trying to compare phD students and year 4 undergraduates? I could have went full philosophy or talked about a hundred other things based on how that question was asked. Grade schemes My point is that there will always be snakes around, regardless of whether you marked fairly. other team was also commended for the 'idea' behind their presentation despite getting cut off at the 8 min mark. In USP, the S/U option can only be granted for two USP electives (worth 6AUs). These phD students have had years more of relevant education/knowledge about biology and ecology, along with the fact that they were the top of their cohort during their undergraduate years. some 10 mark questions only required a 1 liner, others required an essay, 20 mark questions did not require more writing than 10 mark questions etc). What is the ntu grading system for conversion to marks? Primary schools in Singapore implement a grading system along with an "Achievement Band" until the system disregarded the EM3 stream and concentrated on an "Overall Grade" scheme, which grades students as below. The University of Nottingham undertakes annual pay negotiations via national collective bargaining for UCU represented staff groups and through local pay negotiations for staff groups represented by Unison and Unite. NTU Professor Recruitment 2020 Recently, the National Textile University Official Website ntu.edu.pk published advertisement notifications for recruitment of 05 Professor on 27/07/2020. You seem to be taking it really personally. Press J to jump to the feed. endstream endobj 370 0 obj <>/Metadata 24 0 R/Outlines 37 0 R/PageLayout/OneColumn/Pages 367 0 R/StructTreeRoot 44 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 371 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Type/Page>> endobj 372 0 obj <>stream What if the quizzes were closed book the 2020 … for enquiries on submission. 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I'm pretty sure most "PhD students" aren't entirely familiar with/base their entire thesis on studying the constitution of a Winogradsky Column, everyone put in the same amount of effort to research on and prepare for the presentations. H������� d100M�gH�` Se� I too encountered countless modules with poor planning and execution throughout the course of uni life. Generally, NUS, NTU, SuSS and SIT have similar grading methods. In fact, I do think that it is commendable that the "Best" group had the highest 'score' despite exceeding the time and even had no questions because they have covered all essential points. Never got back the evaluations by our peers, so if there was any unfair or inaccurate grading we could not have disputed it. sadly our profs are trying to break away from the "grades chasing" method of teaching, where everyone only learns to take a quiz. EDIT: I need to make some clarifications here. If there was a rubric stating that the "idea" alone constituted a majority of the grade then it's possible, but there was no rubrics at all. phD students in some groups but not others, who were involved in preparing and executing of presentations. Why? also the fact that the overall score was determined BY THE CLASS and that was how we got the best group, if our presentation was that shitty why didn't the rest of the class agree and mark us down? * - Course with Pass/Fail grading only AT - By attendance only IP - In Progress W - Withdrawal X - Absent . No fixed format, some weeks were all short answer Q, some weeks were a mix, Marks allocated to short answer Qs did not correspond to the amount of points we had to write (E.g. Zooming in on the Foreign Direct Investment Landscape in Asian Emerging Markets Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows, an integral component of Asia’s strong economic performance over the last few decades, also facilitated the spread of regional production networks. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. why didn't YOU mark us down? As I am aware of the rationale behind the peer review, as this reason was shared with us on the online platform as a response to a question by our classmate. Let's call them "group unprepared". Grade based assessment scheme (GBA) 3.1 All elements and sub-elements are marked according to the University’s undergraduate grade based assessment scheme – see appendix 1. This tool will help you quickly convert marks between different grading systems. As suggested by the professor on the online platform for groups without Q&A to automatically be given the maximum marks, it could very well have inflated the marks. Remember about the phD students? 2. the PhD students actually have a separate bell curve from the rest of us. If you really really want to talk about the unfairness, if you have noticed, "team unprepared" actually has the LEAST number of students amongst all the other groups. Everything written below has been made known to the relevant official channels (Prof, SFT, etc) with the goal of improving the module, so that students taking it next year will not have to go through what we did. Thank you for repeating what the professor said. When a quiz is set badly, there is no excuse. No presentation rubrics were given to us, even when a student requested it from the professor. jobs, may apply online form of application before 27/07/2020. Again, this point takes the cake. They got the BEST group again. In the case of our quizzes, they were lacking. Whether or not that translated into the highest grades will only be known by the professor, because none of us know about the rubrics. Interested candidates who seeking for govt. Unless of course, if you did not do so. NTU and A*STAR scientists discover how a sensor in our air passages activates the body's immune response to common cold. Let me make a correction here. Also! The quiz even had a portion that states if the presentation was within 20-25min, in which teams who exceeded will certainly have not earned those points. you were also allowed to ask questions then about your columns (: since everyone had the same amount of time to prepare, i dont see why its unfair (remember team unprepared has the fewest members!) ; If you are a Ph.D. student intending to submit your QE Report, please click here for the requirements and procedure. is that considered fair? Students knowing that there is a bellcurve might grade others lower than expected just to give themselves an advantage. They are designed to nurture a passion for inquiry and to provide you with the tools to tackle intellectual challenges with confidence and creativity. There could be some preferential evaluation by them. Or are you worried about the advantage that you got from the improper grading procedures? There was also no chance for any participation of any kind, but there is a participation grade? For ASE students who needed to take the mod and felt that it's unfair, environmental sciences and biology walk together hand in hand. But the fact is that there isn't any rubrics, or any mention of penalties for overrunning the time limit. But the extent to which this module was flawed and conducted with questionable practices can't be explained by that simple excuse. Grading scheme: 10% participation grade, 70% spread among 5 quizzes, 20% final presentation. (Even the NUS one, really?) If the course was truly as unfair as you have portrayed, why would the professor have cut the group off at the 8 min mark? I don't know, you decide! Finally, there is a reason NTU has a system for feedback, I do think that posting on 3 different platforms (with incomplete information) is a little too excessive in an attempt to seek validation for a course that you could have prepared better for. I'm pretty sure most "PhD students" aren't entirely familiar with/base their entire thesis on studying the constitution of a Winogradsky Column, everyone put in the same amount of effort to research on and prepare for the presentations. h��X�n7�>���~� ���$����ᇭ���ʒ!m���;gH�)E�]��(�crI�p8s8;+��„$T&R7ҟ�Xj�0��P��X��5�qB'��F)La���;;99�� i���׫�!�C�^u�����_n����{������d&��{��̼{.T7��q�i�����OZ���/C�����|�ǡ��Yn���^��������Nu'������nA���!Oi��e�Fw���x|��|y��9�� ���gO�����w��M��籷��Е���a���'��Ǽ���;���z��]Bv�q�� ����R��Y�d����z}�X�v��j���O��xr�oh�]�Z��K_Vh����GpANfK&sH��x��TRJ��g�4Ya]QE፧��n�}� ����k���ꁎ I can attest to the fact that my group marked everyone fairly, and any snaking attempts would be too obvious if the caliber of answers are high yet the marks low. If you really really want to talk about the unfairness, if you have noticed, "team unprepared" actually has the LEAST number of students amongst all the other groups. Maybe the memorisation skills that were honed during the 2 additional years would've helped, if the quizzes were closed book. Current members of the Universities Superannuation Scheme appointed to lecturing posts (including heads of teaching departments and professors), may be eligible for continued membership of USS. A key benefit of grade-based assessment (GBA) is that grades and associated descriptors help you to … Why do you complain about the PhD students but not Year 4 SBS students? ; If you are a M.Eng. You can tell which set of rules apply to you b… Maybe they've decided to prepare better after criticisms from the first presentation, don't you think? If you are a M.Eng. I was talking about the preparation and execution of the first presentation. Hopefully with enough feedback, things will get better. The group that did not even manage to present half their slides before exceeding 8 minutes and getting cut off by the professor got the BEST group simply for their "idea". : 1pt for derivative of lnx 1pt for derivative of cosx 3pt for chain rule (loss 3 points if fail three times) 1pt for the slope, provided the computation above is correct line. Enter mark in the From field, select grading systems, and then click Convert. Anyway, this sem is my last sem in NTU! You would probably know the answer to why microbes don't look like anything if you looked at the slides (during the open book test). On to the format of the quizzes, just because another course you had attended before had marks calibrated to match the number of points required, isn't it too presumptuous to assume the same for a different course? Adult Learners Scheme. phd students have had way more experience in terms of years spent studying than any undergraduate, and that brings a ton of benefits to their preparation. The maximum GPA is 5.0, corresponding to a grade A or A+ for a particular subject. if that's the case, why aren't people being upset with all the obvious advantages in say, BS1001 where a H2 biology student has an advantage over everyone else who HAVE to take the mod and have not taken H2 Biology? Course Load and the Academic Unit System With the introduction of the Academic Units system in the university, the Master by Coursework programme students have to accumulate a total of 30 Academic Units (AUs) to graduate. 1.2 The purpose of defining these descriptors is to provide the NTU standard against which Schools can develop their own grading schemes. ~ F��A L�s�d�J��x�@*�(H�00�.�,B�`q� %��d U�` n� The point wasn't about getting the answer right or wrong. What is necessary will not be determined by you, and if you want to know why I posted in 3 different subs, I was genuinely interested to hear about stories of improper grading, but unfortunately no one is willing to share their stories. Grading scheme: 10% participation grade, 70% spread among 5 quizzes, 20% final presentation. We recognise the value that adult learners bring to the classroom with their work and life experiences that will enrich the diversity of our undergraduates. If the rubric stated clearly how much each of the components weighed, and the idea came down to a large majority of it, sure. NTU Doctoral School. You are comparing apples to oranges. And if this prof tries anything funny, it’ll only escalate higher and higher. Some MCQ questions were worth 5 marks, while others 10 (Similar weightage to short answer Qs). As a current doctoral candidate, we want to offer all the tools and resources that are needed to thrive in candidate’s chosen field. 7. also we weren't crowned the best group twice, we were given a special mention the first time for the originality of idea/creativity of our pitch! you aren't even competing with them in the same curve? And unfortunately, I've had to mention factors surrounding their presentation, which was central to sharing about the methodological flaws of the grading system. Additionally, there was access to the correct answers and through the exercise and discussion within your group, you would have gain feedback on your OWN answers as well as learnt from the mistake of others. All students in NTU are provided 9/12 AUs to practice the S/U option, which can only be used for GER-PEs and UEs. HardwareZone Forum Insider on Facebook LinkBack: Thread Tools: 30-12-2011, 04:10 PM #1: happy87. I would say that this prof's lectures are far from horrible; there are WORSE out there (as an SBS student, I'm sure you can attest to that!). You have already dropped a huge clue of what the module is in your post. Coding Theory: 2014-2015: 1st: MH 8300 - Full toturial. A … Marks allocated to short answer Qs did not correspond to the amount of points we had to write (E.g. 377 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<1E06D537EF4CE045A7C36FCF6D751D46>]/Index[369 20]/Info 368 0 R/Length 59/Prev 107342/Root 370 0 R/Size 389/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Quizzes. 5. In fact, I'm certain the students have been inspired by the narratives presented, undergraduates and PhD alike. she is well prepared and has very nicely typed out slides, with clear formatting, extra reading materials. 2 groups did not have time to have their Q&A session because the class timing was exceeded, but the professor instructed us all to rate these groups the maximum points for that question. But if you would state your major, I might give clues to help you avoid it next semester. Grading scheme: 10% participation grade, 70% spread among 5 quizzes, 20% final presentation. why is that so? �4 �Ĝ Fe~-! Obviously the presentations were shallow af due to the time constraints. I myself have taken many "unsavoury" modules but you do not see me yaking away online about them (: I would say that this prof's lectures are far from horrible; there are WORSE out there (as an SBS student, I'm sure you can attest to that!). 369 0 obj <> endobj Let's make this a civil and vibrant place for open discussion! For enquiries on DR-NTU submission, please email library@ntu.edu.sg; Share Article. Join Date: Dec 2007. Member . P�����t!|�"EZ8"| �V��y#�"�M Not sure what your point is. News. And I am very well aware of who you are and how you have vested interest in undermining the valid concerns I have brought up. If you are unhappy about it, take it up with your school planners. They were part of the presentations as well, which gave an unfair advantage to groups with phD students. Read our advice, guidance and FAQs about your exams and assessments during the Coronavirus pandemic. For the final presentation, the peer grading was stated to be a gauge for each groups performance and also so that you pay attention to the content prepared by the presenters while a the same time learn as you think about the points in the peer review form. If no student asked any questions, the prof and TA should have done so in order to grade you on that portion of the nonexistent rubrics. Our current doctoral candidates . I don't know, you decide! By the way, since you have taken the liberty to comment that I should have listened better, maybe you too missed the point about 30% of our score being based on the peer evaluation. Section A rules apply to most final year students, who started their studies on a three-year undergraduate course in September / October 2016 and who are now in their third and final year. Grading Schemes. Hi fellow undergraduate in one of the two teams that did not have their Q&A/phD candidate/TA taking the module. Class had both undergraduates and phD students. It’s not just as a gauge to how well we did, it’s part of our score. The grading systems that are used at Primary, Secondary, and Junior College levels are the most fundamental to the local system used. If you wanted the chocolates that were presented as prizes for the presentation, I'm sure the "Best" group will be happy to share them! The groups were not preformed and we had the choice to choose where we wanted to sit on the first tutorial, you guys could have chosen another table, or brought up the fact that you needed more members. The same group that did not finish their quiz 3 presentation: group unprepared, also exceeded the 25 minutes for their final presentation. They do not apply to every final year student. %%EOF 1.1 This document defines the NTU grading descriptors for application to undergraduate and postgraduate assessment. The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) is open to Researchers and all Professional Services and Support colleagues. A lot of questions were so ambiguous that anything could've been the answer. Due to the professor's bad/lack of planning, the professor did not realise that the lecture fell on union day and another public holiday, thus reducing the overall number of lectures. Given that it is the professor's first module, I believe she did a decent job in keeping the module as just as possible. The fact that this module has glaring issues with the transparency of its grading system can't be ignored even though your group benefited from it. �����D7n��zO�觘��q席FTC&%��I�.m����1B�}4�Ҹ�~ It's a Discreetly Discrete World: 08/'07-11/'10: all: Teaching Assistant. For details of the Grade Point Average system, please click here. 2. One of the questions was "Did the group answer questions well?". Peer marking with snakes around. On to the format of the quizzes, just because another course that you had attended before had marks calibrated to match the number of points required, maybe it is too presumptuous to assume the same for a different course? I have no idea. Can't share the mod, else I get into trouble. Firstly, I do acknowledge the frustration that you may have faced due to the ambiguity of some instructions during the course. (b)The linear approximation, being the tangent line at x=1, of f(0:98) is L 1(0:98)=1:01. Research. here's my take on the points you mentioned: the fact that we had no qna if you were actually listening was because NO ONE ASKED. the merger merger Tin placeat NTIJ prior to the merger merger 45- 45- 49% 49% 49% 45 - 45 - 49% 49% CM cp 49% NC NS WF WF OFFICIAL GRADING SYSTEM HIGHER EDUCATION 85 to 100% 75 to < 85% 65 to < 75% 50 to < 45 to < o to < HD NE High Distinction … Table of Contents The School 1 Key Faculty Members 2 Undergraduate Office 5 Pastoral Care Unit 7 Academic Mentoring Scheme 8 General Contact Information 9 MAE Club 12 Leadership Development Programme 13 Overseas Programme 14 Programme Educational Objectives 17 Curriculum Overview 19 Grade Point … Unfortunately, I disagree with the notion that any meaningful learning can be achieved from comparing the answers of our classmates to an answer key provided by the professor, even if any discussion happened within the group. For the presentation, the requirements were clearly presented the week before and perhaps paying attention wouldn't hurt. Page 2 of 3 2.3 Course Exemption and Transfer of Credits Courses that are exempted and courses with approval to transfer credits will not be counted in the calculation of TGPA or CGPA. Again, no presentation rubrics were given to us. Why do you complain about the PhD students but not Year 4 SBS students? h�b```�Lf�S cB����Y,�d7��*f`�U����,,,,��D @����(с�l Nottingham Trent University Online Workspace (NOW) NTU Email; Timetable; Dashboard; Library ; Get your exam results online ; Exam results publication dates For the final presentation, the peer grading was stated to be a gauge for each groups performance and also so that you pay attention to the content prepared by the presenters while at the same time learn as you think about the points in the peer review form. there were actually many many opportunities for you to participate and ask questions, if she knew some of the SBS students by name and face I'm sure she'll recognise yours too (: You seem to be very emotionally charged, and by no means I am trying to insult your group, or any of your group members/classmates who seem to be swarming this thread while circlejerking and making unsavory comments. For the first quiz: The purpose of the peer review was so that you can learn while scrutinising the answers presented by your colleagues. 30% of our grade was determined by peer grading with questions on a google form ranging from a 1-4 scale. (You also know very well this is the first year the module is offered, and the prof was receptive to getting feedback via the proper channels, so was posting this really necessary?). The 2019/2020 pay award for all staff groups has now been agreed. I don't know, why didn't you ask one then? It seems like an unfair judgement to state that a group was unprepared just because their presentation exceeded the time limit (in fact this could also be due to the fact that they had MORE content to deliver if not for the restriction, in which the professor kindly reminded them to take note of if they were ever in a formal competition). there are many modules in NTU with PhD students in the class, why are u so pressed? For the presentation, the requirements were clearly presented the week before and perhaps paying attention wouldn't hurt. Hi OP, I too took the same course (presumably) this semester and would love to express some views on the module. Additionally, they did not have a Q&A session due to time constraints. www.mae.ntu.edu.sg) and their NTU emails regularly for updated information. As my team had the advantage of having their counsel , I can see how it skews the quality of the presentation. One in three who are aware of deepfakes say they have inadvertently shared them on social media, finds NTU study. So if they weren't H2 Biology students, then it's their choice. However, given that we are in a period of uncertainty granted the COVID situation and the fact that the course coordinator did swiftly rectify mistakes in the schedule ( even gave buffer time to study for the quiz following the incident), don't you think you had an overly critical judgement on the fairness of the course? NTU united against COVID-19. (E.g. Additionally, there was access to the correct answers and through the exercise and discussion within your group, you would have gained feedback on your OWN answers as well as learnt from the mistake of others. ?��\�y-��,We�´�tLp���6m���pW"?� �0���d ��q�+�&��O��n�W# KY�p��P�����G[��#��C��0Tsi�[8���Z�_��d�(� �N1=@GB[Ł)^Eu^p�(jkT����� �a(v��2�(+[N��qw袷3ה͘��N�)� 큍�"۠��.ѯ��� 횖e�ߢ-�Bˊ}:?��c�Q�J��U�����m���U�DY��yϗ�X���m-.�~T �f������j�00��S)�/9�j+��s�M ���i�. At Nottingham Trent University, we provide a supportive environment and a thriving research culture to help our doctoral candidates reach their potential. Some groups had phD students while some did not. Assessment practice at NTU uses grades. Also, did you really have to post the same thing on three different subreddits? not everything is going to be like the "structured examination system" you're so familiar and pampered with in Singapore, if you've taken many ASE mods you'll know this is the case. Copy and paste this whole thing into teaching feedback form. Professor rarely asked questions, but when it happened, we had an average of 0.5 seconds to respond. (a) Grades and grade points are assigned as follows: Or perhaps no other module has such extensive grading flaws. Only the people who have benefited from the flawed system of this module would see it in such a light. What's the purpose of peer marking for a quiz that has right and wrong answers? If you have listened, one team was commended for the stellar delivery of their presentation and the other team was also commended for the 'idea' behind their presentation despite getting cut off at the 8 min mark. if that's the case, why aren't people being upset with all the obvious advantages in say, BS1001 where a H2 biology student has an advantage over everyone else who HAVE to take the mod and have not taken H2 Biology? No fixed format, some weeks were all short answer Q, some weeks were a mix. 0 Grade-based assessment Read about the new NTU grading scheme and advantages of grade-based assessment (GBA) for Nottingham Trent University undergraduate students. If, for example, you have done a placement year, or for any other reason have delayed your studies (perhaps if you deferred your studies, or if you had to repeat a year) then your degree classification may be calculated in a different way. Of course, it's only my opinion. Fk all the comments too long to read :sobs: The Long comments are just members of the group I called “unprepared” in the OP trying to justify how the points I brought up about the grading flaws aren’t legit. Unless you are referring to the benefits of having gone through 2 additional years of irrelevant biology knowledge (Except for the DNA part which was only a small portion of it). First of all Roy, thank you for your thoughts on the matter. S/U Grading Option. It's not to shame the prof in question, otherwise I would have stated the school and course code. NTU academic structure, academic units, curricular requirements, candidature and graduation requirements, registration of courses, examinations and grades, grading system But the main point is not about group unprepared, the point is about the absence of a presentation rubric. Why do you think I got this question wrong? I'm sure having an additional 2 years of biology education compared to majority of the students in the class (who are Year 2s) would have been helpful, especially given what the module is. For the first quiz: The purpose of the peer review was so that you can learn while scrutinising the answers presented by your colleagues. The first presentation was ranked, and the professor made it a point that there were 2 groups that tied for the best group. This isn't a personal attack, but merely a statement of fact.) ORDLO, Quiz 3 was replaced with a 8 minute presentation. This means that if you score A or A+ for all the subjects that you take, you will get achieve a 5.0 GPA in the end. The purpose of this thread is to elicit sharing from the readers of r/NTU about any unfair grading they have experienced. Presenting the requirements and having a rubric in black and white are two totally different things. Group that did not finish both their presentations on time got BEST group both times. phD students were also involved in the peer evaluation, and they were working very closely and forged some bonds with their groups throughout the weeks. Contrary to popular belief, posting about flaws in quizzes and presentation grading does not mean that I am doing badly in these aspects. Read about the new NTU grading scheme and advantages of grade-based assessment (GBA) for Nottingham Trent University undergraduate students. In my past 3.5 years in NTU, every single quiz or exam has question scores calibrated to match the number of points required. Because their grade was artificially inflated due to the prof's instruction to give the maximum grade to groups that did not have Q&As. TL;DR: Questionable mark allocation for quizzes, vague questions. Thus, we had 1 weeks' notice to plan and execute an 8 minute presentation. (Edit: Seems like the group members themselves have taken the liberty of undermining the concerns in this thread due to their vested interest in maintaining their advantage. USP grading system does not follow that of regular NTU courses. Primary schools. The professor and TA made it a point to ask every group questions to faciliate the calibration of how well prepared a group was for Q&A. Posts: 254 What is the ntu grading system for conversion to marks? Grading; Grading. "Explain the assertion: Microbes don't look actually look like anything") - I got this question right, so if anyone would like to make the argument that I'm posting this because I did badly, think again. :) For the first quiz, we were tasked to do peer marking which made up 30% of our grade. Are you worrying about reputation of NTU, the school, or the professor in question? The answer is written on week 1 part 2 slide 8. hello from an actual member of team unprepared! h�bbd``b`�$�� ��H0����@�+ Let me share my experience in this core module that I took this semester. Because SBS students don't learn anything close to what was taught in this module. The grade of Passed/Failed may be used in some assessments. endstream endobj startxref 6. actually, you were supposed to be taking pictures every week, noting and updating the document she provided on your Winogradsky Column, giving you ample time to actually study it. The Grade Point Average (GPA) system applies to students admitted to the School of Humanities and Social Sciences in AY2004-2005 and all students admitted to Year 1 with effect from AY2005-2006 and direct entry students admitted to Year 2 with effect from AY2006-2007. Of course, if you're talking about the molecular methods, different people with different backgrounds will know different things and isn't that expected in a university? NTU Singapore provides real-world exposures, overseas opportunities and career guidance from your first year. To give context, this module is a core for 2 majors (X and Y), offered by the school of X. Calculus for the Sciences I, II, and III, Probability and Statistics. And are you seriously trying to compare phD students and year 4 undergraduates? I could have went full philosophy or talked about a hundred other things based on how that question was asked. Grade schemes My point is that there will always be snakes around, regardless of whether you marked fairly. other team was also commended for the 'idea' behind their presentation despite getting cut off at the 8 min mark. In USP, the S/U option can only be granted for two USP electives (worth 6AUs). These phD students have had years more of relevant education/knowledge about biology and ecology, along with the fact that they were the top of their cohort during their undergraduate years. some 10 mark questions only required a 1 liner, others required an essay, 20 mark questions did not require more writing than 10 mark questions etc). What is the ntu grading system for conversion to marks? Primary schools in Singapore implement a grading system along with an "Achievement Band" until the system disregarded the EM3 stream and concentrated on an "Overall Grade" scheme, which grades students as below. The University of Nottingham undertakes annual pay negotiations via national collective bargaining for UCU represented staff groups and through local pay negotiations for staff groups represented by Unison and Unite. NTU Professor Recruitment 2020 Recently, the National Textile University Official Website ntu.edu.pk published advertisement notifications for recruitment of 05 Professor on 27/07/2020. You seem to be taking it really personally. Press J to jump to the feed. endstream endobj 370 0 obj <>/Metadata 24 0 R/Outlines 37 0 R/PageLayout/OneColumn/Pages 367 0 R/StructTreeRoot 44 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 371 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Type/Page>> endobj 372 0 obj <>stream What if the quizzes were closed book the 2020 … for enquiries on submission. 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