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Perfectionism as a cost driver of the EQE

Re: Perfectionism as a cost driver of the EQE

by - Anonymous -
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There are very few appeals *decided</b>* by the Board of Appeal, because most are dealt with by the Examination Board using interlocutory revision. The Board of Appeal does not judge whether the exam paper contained errors, but whether the Examination Board applied the REE and IPREE, thus if these are properly drafted (and followed by the Examination Board) there should be no problem. Easier said than done.

Incidentally, there is no "envisaged" answer a priori, because of the marking process of today: each marker reviews a sample of papers, then the markers meet to decide on the marking scheme; thus, any ambiguity is spotted and taken into account. Translation errors can then also be taken into account.