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On-screen marking for exams ā€“ important information (ACCA Qualification papers) As an organisation which has innovation as one of its core values, ACCA is committed to utilising the latest technology to provide services and support to you as students. The number of ACCA students taking exams has increased significantly over the years and using on screen marking will ensure our exam results service can be delivered within the existing timescales. Following a successful pilot in June 2009, the papers to be attempted during the second week of the December 2009 session will be marked on-screen rather than on paper and as a result the way you complete your script has changed. What does this mean for you? Primarily it means there is less form filling as you wonā€™t have to complete your details on a candidate registration sheet (CRS) as well as your script booklet as these two documents are now combined in a new look candidate answer booklet. In addition you will be asked to write your name on the front of the new candidate answer booklet. This page is not presented to the markers at any stage. It will only be visible to ACCA staff when resolving any queries that could potentially arise. It has always been important to read and follow exam instructions carefully; however it is vital now that we are using this new technology. There are a number of critical instructions to follow in order that your exam paper can be marked correctly using the new on-screen technology. You will be reminded of these instructions again on the day of the exam. These are shown overleaf.

On-screen marking ā€“ exam day instructions 1. Please complete your personal details on the front of the script booklet. Plus it is essential that you bubble (fully colour-in the appropriate circle) the following details very carefully: About you: your registration number and name About your exam: the paper you are taking and the version if appropriate About your centre: the centre code (including hall),...