After the recent arrival of the 2019 CIMA Professional Qualification syllabus, an exam blueprint for each of the three CIMA levels (operational, management, strategic) has been released to show changes made on exam structure and weighting. The blueprint also revealed what topics were covered, what you're being assessed on and generally, just an overall "what … Continue reading Marking Changes on the 2019 CIMA Syllabus
This post is a build on the previous series of posts I did with regards how the CIMA scaling mark worked. If you missed those, here's Part 1 and Part 2 again. Essentially, you will need to look at your results in twofolds. One, you need to get to an overall pass mark. Two, you need to gain … Continue reading Weak, Moderate, Strong – Understanding How CIMA Rates Each Skill
Well, it looked like an explanation of how the case study scaling mark works was that brief, that it warranted a continuance. If you missed the part about the scaling marks, then read here first. CORE ACTIVITIES AND EXAM WEIGHTINGS Aside from getting the scaled mark of 80/150, awareness of the different core activities and … Continue reading A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – Activities, Weightings and Levels
Dear MJ Thank you for Saturday's class. I am re-taking MCS this sitting and I have a question with regards scoring. Last time I sat the May exam, I did not make it and only got 77. I failed because I was below the minimum 80 while the max score was 150. In the masterclass, you mentioned having an available 100 marks, but … Continue reading A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – How Does 100 Equate to 150?