Each Attainment Target (AT) is divided into 8 levels. The levels describes what or how a pupil is studying to achieve an Attainment Target. The work becomes progressively more difficult and pupils are expected to achieve higher levels as they move through school. The levels for each attainment target are written down in the 'National Curriculum Orders' published by the DfEE. There is an additional level above level 8 for the most able pupils.
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Undergraduate levels of study: Level 4 - First year of undergraduate degree or HND Level 5 - Second year of undergraduate degree or final year of HND Placement - Placement year of sandwich undergraduate degree or HND Level 6 - Final year of Undergraduate degree or HND Top Up Degree Postgraduate levels of study Level 7 - All Postgraduate years of study are referred to as level 7
The levels represent typical progress of students at key points within the stages of learning. It is recognised that students progress at individual rates and may demonstrate achievement at a particular level earlier or later than typical. The six levels associated broadly with the years of schooling from Prep to Year 10 as follows: Level 1 â€“ End of Prep Year Level 2 â€“ End of Year 2 Level 3 â€“ End of Year 4 Level 4 â€“ End of Year 6 Level 5 â€“ End of Year 8 Level 6 â€“ End of Year 10
All modules are assigned to one of three levels. I, II and III correspond to the standard expected of a full-time Honours student in the first, second and third years of their course. These are spelled out in the Levels Descriptors printed in the UMS Handbook (see p.31).
Level 1 refers to the first year of a university course and level 2 to the second and third years. Part-time students may take longer to complete each level (see Stages).
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