The world is not enough…

Next year, even a perfect score may not be enough

A teacher of the BCom (Hons) course, who was involved with the calibration for the cut-offs, said at some point they risked taking the cut-off even above 100 per cent. “We had decided that the cut-off for Category A students would be 96.25 per cent, but then noticed we would have to push the cut-off of Category E to 100.25 per cent, keeping in line with the four per cent difference rule.”

News from my alma-mater SRCC, in the midst of the annual college admissions madness

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