Music Technology Level 1 and Level 2 assessment results now available

The 2017/18 academic session saw the awarding of NCFE’s first Technical Awards; the Level 1 and Level 2 Technical Awards in Music Technology. Although these are separate qualifications, they share the same external assessments, a written and a practical paper, which are numerically marked and graded on a scale of Level 1 pass through to Level 2 distinction.

These external assessments were sat over two assessment windows throughout the 2017/18 academic session, in the spring and the summer.  The results of these assessments have now been published and can be found on the qualification pages of NCFE’s QualHub website or via the links below.

Further detail regarding the performance of the individual assessments can be found in the Chief Examiner Reports, which are also available on the QualHub pages, along with copies of the assessment papers and mark schemes.

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