OPs and tertiary entrance Orienteering through the tertiary pathways in Queensland. OPs and tertiary entrance Orienteering through the tertiary pathways in Queensland. Currently, there’s a bit of a confusing thicket We’re going to need a compass Validity, reliability, equity.
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Orienteering through the tertiary pathways in Queensland
Currently, there’s a bit of a confusing thicket
Let’s test out our compass
“It follows logically now, and for the future, that highly competitive courses at universities (along with all others) need to use multiple selection criteria to match students to courses”
Nancy Viviani, 1990
Why are we still, in essence, using a single rank then?
Backwash – you have to build a TE system based in what you do at school
You can have simple, or you can have fair
QCS Test construction and marking
Small and intermediate groups
Down-weighting of unusual QCS results
Scaling anomalies committee
Year to year comparability of OPs
The game doesn’t stay the same – the challenges we face
In the forest, we all have to ensure we consult our compass