It does not alter the facts as I specified before.
A person with no knowledge about the subject could be lucky and tick
the right boxes. Like the lottery numbers selection, whereas a question paper
and a pen and a blank sheet of paper for the answers leaves
nothing to chance.
I agree Mal you are spot on.
And, if you have an infinite numbers of monkeys with a pen and paper, one
of them will write the definitive great American novel. It's possible, but not
I always try to provide encouragement by saying " just by ticking a box you
should have 25%. Your task is to get the remaining 47% to pass" Sounds
good but, it still requires work.
Thankfully we don't hand out licenses in return for a fee.
But looking at statistical improbability of ever increasing GCSE and A
level pass rates.....how long will that be?