pass mark

Translations

pass mark

npunteggio minimo (per la promozione)
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The pass rate rose for the 25th year in a row, with 96.9per cent of students getting at least a grade E pass mark and one in 10 scoring straight As.
The Conservatives accused ministers of ``fiddling'' the figures after it emerged that the pass mark in this year's key stage two English test had been dropped by five percentage points.
Education Secretary Mr David Blunkett's move follows a row about variations in the pass mark.
The Government has secretly lowered the pass mark for 11-year- olds who sat national curriculum tests.
Surrey Police have now dropped their pass mark and Hampshire Constabulary are set to follow suit.
He was ordered to sit a competency exam and scored just 51 per cent, while the pass mark was 75.
The pass mark for the ground-breaking test is gradually being increased and will rise to 44 by September.
Only the accommodation and facilities at the 64-pupil school received a "good" pass mark.
THE fuss about the drop in the pass mark for GCSE maths is unnecessary (Daily Mirror, September 15).
David Kent said he lowered this year's pass mark by as much as eight per cent to avoid failing too many pupils.
If 85 per cent is the pass mark for exams like the one in yesterday's Mirror, based on questions supplied by the Home Office, I would now be on my way back to the Ukraine, the country my grandparents fled a century ago with no more idea about Britishness than how they were going to eat once they arrived.
"When I heard that the SQA was actually lowering the pass mark I was pleased, because I thought that would give me a better chance.