Weak, Moderate, Strong – Understanding How CIMA Rates Each Skill

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

A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – Part 2

Well, it looked like an explanation of how the case study scaling mark works was that brief, that it warranted a Part 2. If you missed Part 1, then read through that here first. Aside from getting the scaled mark of 80/150, awareness of the different competencies for the different CIMA professional levels is vital. … Continue reading A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – Part 2

How Does 100 Equate to 150? A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – Part 1

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 2015 exam (Flote was the pre-seen company), 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 … Continue reading How Does 100 Equate to 150? A Brief Look at How the Case Study Scaling Mark Works – Part 1