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September 2014 Haulage Case Study R2 upload

Darren Ieronimo
Darren ...
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Hello

 

Could someone please address the problem of the September 2014 Haulage Case Study upload being 'missing' from the website. What is on the webpage is a duplicate of the question paper(exam). The Case Study pdf doesn't seem to be on the drop-down at the moment, whilst the question paper is on there twice.

Thanks  Darren Ieronimo

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/180488-question-paper-unit-r2-case-study-september.pdf

 

 

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Darren Ieronimo
Darren ...
Posts: 35

Sorry.....edited double-post!!!!

Darren Ieronimo
Darren ...
Posts: 35

The problem is still not fixed - could do with the Case Study putting on website ASAP to prepare for my next course.

 

Thanks  Darren.

fhackett
fhackett
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Our apologies for this, both documents were sent to be uploaded, so we have asked our media team to rectify the problem as soon as possible.  The case study should therefore be up soon.  Thanks for letting us know.

Darren Ieronimo
Darren ...
Posts: 35
Quote:
Originally posted by fhackett, 10:56, 27th October 2014

Our apologies for this, both documents were sent to be uploaded, so we have asked our media team to rectify the problem as soon as possible.  The case study should therefore be up soon.  Thanks for letting us know.

OK - Thanks for the swift response!!

Mike Grant
Mike Grant
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Quote:
Originally posted by Darren Ieronimo, 12:21, 27th October 2014

OK - Thanks for the swift response!!

Can I renew my request that these papers are posted on the website shortly after the exam date.

I can see no purpose behind them being withheld until after the results have been declared.

 

 

Mike Grant
Mike Grant
Posts: 142
Quote:
Originally posted by Mike Grant, 12:35, 27th October 2014

Can I renew my request that these papers are posted on the website shortly after the exam date.

I can see no purpose behind them being withheld until after the results have been declared.

 

 

I have been reviewing the OCR power point presentation (122599) in readiness for the next courses and notice that a function of the Chief Examiner's Report is mentioned as being to "outline how any issues raised by centres were addressed."

Can anyone explain why it is deemed necessary to suppress the publication of the case study papers until the time when the CER's appear as this seems to work directly against centres being able to raise issues?