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What is internal moderation?

Some Cambridge qualifications have components where the teacher marks their own students’ work. We then check this marking before the release of results to schools. Examples of these types of components can be found in coursework and non-coursework tests in Cambridge IGCSE and A Level syllabuses.

For each of these components, if more than one teacher at the school has marked students’ work, the school must follow a detailed process called internal moderation before they submit their students’ marks and work. Internal moderation helps schools to be sure that every teacher is marking to the same standard.

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