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The Consequences Of Poor Assessment Practices

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The process of assessment cannot be deemed “fair” if the principles of assessment were not followed, and learners can appeal against the assessment decision on this basis.

Should unfair assessment be noted by the moderator or verifier, the chances of the assessment decision being overturned and deemed invalid increases.

It is important to remember that assessment is a legal process and that the decisions reached in assessment can be utilised as evidence in legal action such as CCMA disputes.

Click here to view an explanation about the consequences of poor assessment practices.