How is the Basic Skills (Numeracy/Literacy) Marked...

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I was just down the AFCO and did the Basic skills assessment. Just wondering what is:

LEVEL 1 -
LEVEL 2 -
LEVEL 3 -

What is the highest grade and what is the lowest? Or what are they equivalent to.

Thanks PS I have searched for this
 
#4
I'm sure the recruiter told me I needed a level 1 or 2 :/
 
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How are the Basic Skills (Numeracy/Literacy) Marked...
*How are the Basic Skills (Numeracy/Literacy) Marked?

Oops haha. I had a Level 2 in literacy anyways and an A in GCSE English, that was just a mistake... honest =)
 
#8
But I was a little confused as he said I needed a Level 1 or Level 2 and if Level 2 is the highest, how is Level 3 worse?
 
#9
But I was a little confused as he said I needed a Level 1 or Level 2 and if Level 2 is the highest, how is Level 3 worse?
L1 - GCSE D-G equivalent
L2 - GCSE A-C equivalent
L3 - A level equivalent

Be careful of the word 'equivalent', as the levels refer to difficulty and not to size of qualification!

HK
 
#10
L1 - GCSE D-G equivalent
L2 - GCSE A-C equivalent
L3 - A level equivalent

Be careful of the word 'equivalent', as the levels refer to difficulty and not to size of qualification!

HK
Thanks, just the reply I was looking for.
 
#11
I'll ask on Tuesday for you when I do my Basic Skills Numeracy.

No, I haven't stopped laughing yet.

I wish I knew who the Chief Clerk in charge of all that shit was when it was invented.
 
#12
I thought the grading levels for the numeracy and literacy tests were:

Level 2 (Highest)
Level 1
Entry Level 3
Entry Level 2
Entry Level 1
 
#13
I thought the grading levels for the numeracy and literacy tests were:

Level 2 (Highest)
Level 1
Entry Level 3
Entry Level 2
Entry Level 1
You are correct Thunder. Level 2 is the highest grade available in the literacy and numeracy grading systems.
 
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