Letter: Review is good for you (2)

April 6, 2001

It is not only institutional learning that has caused the rise in average total scores under the teaching quality assessment. In May 1995, I was a member of one of the first assessment teams applying the "new methodology" (ie, grading 1 to 4). At that time, Hefce's explicit position was that 24 represented perfection and that perfection, by definition, could not be achieved.

Meryl Aldridge
University of Nottingham

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