Me thinks they doth protest too much ...

Just been reviewing some feedback from a very irate prospective lead internal verifier who, upon discovering that they had not accomplished the selection/sampling process felt need to vindicate themselves by sending an irate and pernicious appeal to the awarding body.

The saddest part is not the appeal itself, its a right they have and one I am pleased to defend, but the way the individual concerned approached the issue.

Starting point was the threat to move over to another awarding body’s qualification, which has little similarity to what is offered in the qualification. So in order to spite their nose for the sake of their face, they are willing to sacrifice the education of their students for the benefit of their vanity.

Missing the point, they completely misunderstood the rules for the qualification, seeming to have added some of their own.

Then getting the terms of a criterion wrong, in what would have caused a blocked qualification anyway, the main reason for having lead internal verifiers to prevent this.

Finally getting into a muddle citing guidance as rule and accusing edexcel of being malicious.

O’ dear, poor loves, I wonder if they like my reply.

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