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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY PAPER 1 GRADE 12 QUESTIONS - NSC EXAMS PAST PAPERS AND MEMOS NOVEMBER 2018

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
PAPER 1
GRADE 12 
NSC EXAMS
PAST PAPERS AND MEMOS
NOVEMBER 2018

INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION 

  1. Owing to the nature of this practical examination, it is important to note that,  even if you complete the examination early, you will NOT be permitted to leave  the examination room until all the administrative functions associated with the  examination have been finalised. During the examination, normal rules  regarding leaving the examination room apply. 
  2.  If you are working on the network, or if the data files have been preloaded, you  must follow the instructions provided by the invigilator/educator. Alternatively,  the invigilator will give you a CD/DVD/flash drive containing all the files needed  for the examination. If a CD/DVD/flash drive has been issued to you, you must  write your examination number and centre number on the CD/DVD/flash drive. 
  3. At the end of the examination, you must hand in ALL your answer files saved  onto the given CD/DVD/flash drive, OR you should make sure that ALL the  answer files are saved on the network/computer as explained to you by the  invigilator/educator. 
  4.  Make absolutely sure that ALL files can be read. Do NOT save unnecessary  files/folders and do NOT hand in duplicate answer files/folders. Do NOT  delete any original files that you did not work on.
  5. The information sheet that has been provided with the question paper MUST  BE COMPLETED AFTER THE THREE-HOUR EXAMINATION SESSION and handed to the invigilator.
  6. A copy of the master files will be available from the invigilator. Should there be  any problems with a file, you may request another copy from the invigilator. 
  7. This question paper consists of SEVEN questions. Answer ALL the questions. 
  8. Read through each question before answering or solving the problem.  Do NOT do more than is required by the question. 
  9. Ensure that you save each document using the file name given in the question  paper. Save your work at regular intervals as a precaution against possible  power failures. 
  10. You may NOT use any resource material.
  11. Accuracy will be taken into account, e.g. if a question requires the answer to be  in cell F3 in a spreadsheet, and you enter the answer in cell G4, it will NOT be  marked.
  12. Ensure that the regional settings are set to South Africa and that date and time  settings, number settings and currency settings are correctly set.
  13. In all questions involving word processing, you should set the language to  English (South Africa). The paper size is assumed to be A4 Portrait, unless  otherwise instructed. Use centimetre as the unit of measurement.
  14. Use formulae and/or functions for ALL spreadsheet calculations. Use absolute  cell references only where necessary to ensure that formulae are correct when  you copy them to other cells in a spreadsheet.
    NOTE: All formulae and/or functions should be inserted in such a manner  that the correct results will still be obtained even if the existing data changes. 
  15. You may NOT use a word processing program such as Word to answer the  HTML question. 
  16. The examination folder/CD/DVD/flash drive that you receive with this question  paper contains the files listed below. Ensure that you have ALL the files before  you begin with this examination.
    • 1Impression                                                 Word processing file
    • 2Pic                                                                Image
    • 2Vote                                                            Word processing file
    • 3Flowers                                                     Image 
    • 3Paintings                                                  Spreadsheet 
    • 4Famous                                                  Spreadsheet 
    • 5ArtWorld                                                  Database
    • 5Girl                                                             Image 
    • 6Michelangelo                                                  Image 
    • 6PabloPicasso                                                  Image 
    • 6Quirks                                                      HTML file
    • 6Salvadore                                                  Image 
    • 7ArtForm                                                  Spreadsheet 
    • 7Guests                                                  Database
    • 7Lecture                                                  Word processing file 
    • 7Summary                                                  Spreadsheet 
    • 7Timeline                                                  Spreadsheet 

QUESTIONS 

SCENARIO 
Impressionism is an art movement that focuses on the use of vibrant colours.  Impressionists often painted outdoors to catch a certain colour and light. 
You must assist to finalise some documents on Impressionism.

QUESTION 1: WORD PROCESSING  
Open the 1Impression word processing document, which contains information on  Impressionism, and insert your examination number in the header or footer. 
1.1 Change the font of the heading 'Welcome to Impressionism' to Wide Latin. (1) 
1.2 Find the paragraph below the heading 'What is Impressionism' and do the  following: 
1.2.1 Justify the paragraph. (1) 
1.2.2 Set the paragraph spacing so that no space appears after the  paragraph. (2) 
1.3 Insert a bookmark on the text 'history' found in the paragraph below the  subheading 'Impressionist Art Roots'. Name the bookmark 'Monet'. (2) 
1.4 Find the text that starts with 'Impression …' and ends with '… scene.' and  format the text as shown below.  (2)

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Impression – I was certain of it. I was just telling myself that, since I  was impressed, there had to be some impression in it ... and what  freedom, what ease of workmanship! Wallpaper in its embryonic  state is more finished than that scene. 

1.5 Format the SmartArt as shown below. 

  • Add another art form, 'Futurism'. 
  • Add 'Analytical' as a sub-art form for 'Cubism'. 
  • Arrange the different art forms to display in the order shown below. 
  • Apply any colourful variation to the shapes. 

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1.6 Replace all occurrences of the text 'colours' with a red-coloured symbol, WINGDINGS (Wingdings character code 122). (4)
1.7 Change the 'Artistic' style as follows: 

  • Change the font to small caps. 
  • Set the width of the border to 3 pt. 
  • Update all the occurrences of the style. (3) 

1.8 Two images appear below the subheading 'Themes of Impressionism'. Change  the images so that they appear as shown below. 

  • Resize the second image to the same size as the first image. 
  • Place the two images side by side, as shown below. 
  • Add a caption 'A Meadow in Springtime' to the second image and ensure  that the caption position matches that of the first image. 

3 CAT HGVFGVAD (6) 
1.9 Find the text that starts with 'The Painting of Modern Life' and ends with '… the  blue sky.' and do the following: 

  • Change the orientation of the selected text to Landscape. The rest of the  document must remain in Portrait. 
  • Place the text in two columns. 
  • Use a word processing feature to ensure that the heading 'En Plein Air – The Passing Moment' will always appear at the beginning of the second  column. (4) 

1.10 Find the text that starts with 'Composition and Content' and ends with '… up to  Cubism.' and add page numbers in the footer of ONLY the pages of the  selected text in the format a, b, c, etc. (5) 
1.11 Insert an automatic table of figures below the text 'Table of Figures'. (1)
1.12 Update the index below the text 'Index' on the last page of the document. (1)
Save and close the 1Impression document. [36]

QUESTION 2: WORD PROCESSING 
Open the 2Vote word processing document, where people can vote for their favourite  painting, and insert your examination number in the header or footer. 
2.1 Change the text direction of the callout shape next to the heading 'VOTE FOR  YOUR FAVOURITE PAINTING', as shown below. 
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2.2 Insert a footnote on the text 'works' containing the text 'Impression.org'.  Use the default footnote number format. (2) 
2.3 Change the bullets in the bulleted list under the heading 'Voting Rules:' to the  2Pic image found in your examination folder. (1) 
2.4 Find the text 'Vote by completing the details below:' and do the following: 

  • Set the format of the text form field next to the text 'Name', so that it will  always appear in uppercase. 
  • Replace the text 'Current date here' with an appropriate form field to always  display the current date in the format yy/MM/dd. 
  • Add the option 'Critic' to the drop-down form field next to the text 'Voting as'. (5)

2.5 Find the text 'Voting as' and the drop-down form field next to this text. Match the appearance of this text with the previous two lines by changing the  tab setting of the text and the drop-down form field. (3) 
2.6 Find the two tables at the bottom of the page and do the following: 

  • Merge the two tables into ONE table. 
  • Apply a shading of your choice to the heading row (first row) of the table. (2)

Save and close the 2Vote document. [14] 

QUESTION 3: SPREADSHEET 
NOTE: 

  • Use formulae and/or functions for ALL calculations in the spreadsheet. 
  • Use absolute cell references ONLY where necessary to ensure that formulae are  correct when you copy them to other cells in the same column (copy down). 
  • Insert formulae and/or functions in such a manner that the correct results will still be  obtained even if the existing data changes.  
  • Should you need to use building blocks, use the allocated space in the  spreadsheet. 

Open the 3Paintings spreadsheet, which contains a list of paintings from the  Impressionist Movement.  
Work in the Impress worksheet.  
3.1 Format the merged cells A1:J1 as follows: 

  • Change the border colour to red. 
  • Set the fill colour to black. (2) 

3.2 Insert a function in cell G3 to determine the earliest year (column C) in which  a painting was painted. (2) 
3.3 Insert a function in cell G4 to determine the number of paintings for which the  place where the painting was painted (column G) is not given. (2) 
3.4 The function in cell G5 displays the average width of all the paintings in the  worksheet. Add another function to cell G5 so that the given formula displays a value formatted to the nearest highest decimal value, e.g. 271.32 becomes 271.40.  
NOTE: TWO decimal places should still be displayed. (2) 
3.5 Insert a SUMIFS function in cell G6 to determine the total insurance value  (column J) of all the paintings painted before 1900 AND where the city in  which they are exhibited is Chicago. (5) 
3.6 Cells B9:B120 contains the full names of the artists of the paintings.  Use a spreadsheet feature to automatically apply a two-coloured gradient fill to  unique values in these cells. (4) 
3.7 Column C contains the year in which the paintings were created. Insert a formula in cell D9 to determine the age of a painting by using the  current year.  The formula must work for any year. (3) 
Work in the Dupl worksheet. 
3.8 Use any spreadsheet feature to remove all duplicate artists from the list. (1)
Work in the Chart_Grafiek worksheet. 
3.9 Follow the instructions below to change the chart/graph to appear as the  example below. 

  • Change the chart/graph to include ONLY the data of all locations with  names starting with the letters 'L' to 'P'. 
  • Change the vertical axis display units to billions. 
  • Display 'Location' as the horizontal axis title. 
  • Add any 'moving average' trend line to the chart/graph.  
  • Change the legend text 'Series 1' to read as 'Value'.  
  • Fill the plot area background with the 3Flowers image found in your  examination folder. 

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Save and close the 3Paintings spreadsheet. [28] 

QUESTION 4: SPREADSHEET 
NOTE: 

  • Use formulae and/or functions for ALL calculations in the spreadsheet. 
  • Use absolute cell references ONLY where necessary to ensure that formulae are  correct when you copy them to other cells in the same column (copy down). 
  • Insert formulae and/or functions in such a manner that the correct results will still be  obtained even if the existing data changes.  
  • Should you need to use building blocks, use the allocated space in the spreadsheet. 

Open the 4Famous spreadsheet, which contains the details of famous Impressionist artists. 
Work in the Art_Kuns worksheet.  
4.1 Centre the row headings in row 7 vertically. (1)
4.2 The number of artworks created by each artist is stored in column K. Insert a function in cell H3 to determine the total number of artworks that were  painted. (2) 
4.3 The nationality of an artist is stored in column H. Insert a formula in cell H4 to determine what percentage of artists is NOT of  French nationality (column H). Refer to the formula below. 

Number of non-French artists/Total number of artists x 100

(6) 
4.4 The art forms practised by each artist are stored as an art form code in  column I. The first letter of the art form code refers to the preferred art form of  the artist. 
Insert a VLOOKUP function in cell J8 to display the preferred art form of an artist using the first letter of the art form code in column I and the lookup table  in the Code_Kode worksheet. (5)
4.5 Column L shows the number of 'for' votes an artist receives for his/her artwork.  Insert a function in cell N8 to determine whether the artist has one of the three  highest 'Votes For' counts (column L).  
Display the message 'Top3' if the artist is in the top three, or otherwise leave the  cell empty. Ensure that the function can be copied down to the other cells in the range. (8)
Save and close the 4Famous spreadsheet. [22] 

QUESTION 5: DATABASE 
Open the 5ArtWorld database, which contains details of artists and paintings. 5.1 Open the tblPaintings table in Design View. 
5.1.1 Change the format of the Painting field so that the text displays in  capital letters. (1) 
5.1.2 Change the field properties of the YearPainted field so that: 

  • The field accepts a year from 1494 to 1970 
  • Appropriate validation text is inserted (4) 

5.1.3 Create an input mask on the ID field to ensure that the user inserts a  painting ID in the following format: 

  • The letters 'IMP' 
  • Followed by any compulsory character or space  
  • Followed by a compulsory number in the range 0 to 9  
  • Followed by TWO optional numbers  

Examples of a valid ID: IMP@4, IMP$34, IMP 78 or IMP#135 (4)
5.1.4 Insert a new field called Area as the last field and do the following: 

  • Change the data type of the Area field so that it will store the  calculation of the area of the painting.  
  • Insert the calculation for the Area field: 
    [Height] * [Width] (4)

Change the tblPaintings table to Datasheet View. 
5.1.5 Ensure that the Age field displays in Datasheet View. (1)
Save and close the tblPaintings table.
5.2 Open the frm5_2 form, which is based on the tblArtists table, in Design View. 

  • Add the 5Girl image found in your examination folder to the form header.  Ensure that the image stretches to the size of the image box. 
  • Shade the background of the Detail section with a light green colour.
  • Add the option 'Poor' to the list of items in the Rating field combo box. 

Save and close the frm5_2 form. (6)
5.3 Open the qry5_3 query in Design View.  
Modify the query so that it displays the total number of paintings created by male  artists, per birth country (BirthCountry field), as shown below. 

BirthCountry 

Gender 

SumOfNumberOfPaintings

France 

Male 

7230

Germany 

Male 

476

Great Britain 

Male 

407

Italy 

Male 

235

Lithuania 

Male 

474

Netherlands 

Male 

2100

Puerto Rico 

Male 

356

Romania 

Male 

843

Russia 

Male 

1166

Spain 

Male 

243

United States 

Male 

4989

Save and close the qry5_3 query. (3)
5.4 Open the qry5_4 query in Design View. 
Change the criteria so that the query displays the records of paintings where  the ID field is six or more characters long and the Place field has no data. 
Save and close the qry5_4 query. (4)
5.5 Open the qry5_5 query in Design View. 

  • Add a calculated field called Diff to determine the difference between the  For field and the Against field. 
  • Display only artists whose nationality is NOT French or American. 

Save and close the qry5_5 query. (7)
5.6 Create a report called rpt5_6, which is based on the tblArtists table, to  appear as shown in the extract of the report below. 

  • Group the report according to the year the artist was born AND the country of birth.
  • Ensure that the Born field is grouped per year.
  • Insert a function to determine the total number of artists per country per year.

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Save and close the rpt5_6 report. (6)
Save and close the 5ArtWorld database. [40]

QUESTION 6: WEB DESIGN (HTML)  
You are required to complete a web page about the quirks of artists. 
Open the incomplete 6Quirks web page in a web browser and also in a text/HTML  editor. You may NOT use a word processing program such as Word to answer the  HTML question. 
NOTE:  

  • Question numbers appear as comments in the coding to guide you where to insert  the answer(s). DO NOT delete these comments. 
  • An HTML tag sheet is attached for your reference. 

Your final web page should look like the example below.
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NOTE: Use the example on the previous page to guide you in answering the questions below. 
ONE mark will be allocated for closing tags, triangular brackets and nesting correctly  used. (1) 
6.1 Change the font of the level 1 heading to 'Vivaldi'. (1)
6.2 Set the width of the horizontal line to 60% and set the alignment to right. (2)
6.3 Display the text 'Believe it or Not!!!' as a level 2 heading AND in italics. (2) 
6.4 Create a link on the text 'ECCENTRICITY' to link to a target location that has  already been created towards the end of the web page. (3) 
6.5 Add tags to display the items 'Stealing pens', 'Carrying around guns' and  'Making time capsules' in a list with the number format A., B., C. (3) 
6.6 Modify the table as follows: 

  • Set the cell spacing to 6. 
  • The first cell should span over three rows and contain the text 'Weird  Quirks'. 
  • The image 6Michelangelo found in your examination folder, should display  correctly. 
  • The text 'Stole pens', 'Never bathed' and 'Carried a gun' must appear in the  third row of the table. (6) 

6.7 Modify the code of the text 'SHOCKING BUT TRUE' to display in bold.  Ensure that the text will appear below the table instead of above the table. (2)
Save and close the 6Quirks web page. [20]

QUESTION 7: GENERAL  
Art institutions contribute to the art world on a regular basis by hosting lectures and  art shows.  
7.1 Open the 7Lecture word processing document.  
7.1.1 Follow the instruction in the comment in the document AND then  remove the comment. (2) 
7.1.2 Reject all the track changes in the document. (1)
7.1.3 Invitations to the lecture must go out to guests.  
Complete a mail merge as follows: 

  • Use the 7Guests database as a data source for the 7Lecture mail  merge document. 
  • Edit the data source recipient list to include ONLY the data of  those members who have 'Painting' as an art form and who have  painted more than 60 paintings. 
  • Replace the text '<<Name>>' with the merge field Name. 
  • Replace the text '<<Surname>>' with the merge field Surname. 

Save the document, but do NOT close it. (5) 
7.1.4 Complete the merge and save the merged document as  7LectureMerge. (1) 
Save and close the 7Lecture document and the 7LectureMerge document.
7.2 Open the 7ArtForm spreadsheet. 
Use a spreadsheet feature to split the data stored in column A into different  columns. The comma (',') must be used to split the data into columns. 
HINT: Use the spreadsheet feature 'Text to Columns' on the Data tab in the Data Tools group. (2) 
Save and close the 7ArtForm spreadsheet. 
7.3 Open the 7Summary spreadsheet. 
Use the SUBTOTAL feature to determine the greatest number of artworks  painted by an artist according to the birth country. (3) 
Save and close the 7Summary spreadsheet.
7.4 Open the 7Timeline spreadsheet.  
The art gallery manager wants to know which paintings were created by the  same artist in consecutive years (where one year follows the previous year).  
Use the following steps to assist the art gallery manager:  
Step 1: Sort the data alphabetically according to artist AND then from the earliest to the latest year in which the painting was completed. 
Step 2: Insert a formula in column D to perform the following checks: 

  • Check 1: Start from row 2 and check whether the artist in the current row is  the same artist as in the previous row.  
  • Check 2: Check whether the artist painted a painting in the previous year by checking if the difference between the year in the current row and the  year in the previous row is 1.  
  • If Check 1 and Check 2 are both TRUE, then display 'True', or otherwise  display 'False'. 

Example of output:  (6) 

Painting Skildery

Artist Kunstenaar

Year Completed Jaar Voltooi

Question 7.4 Vraag 7.4

Molesey Weir 

Alfred Sisley 

1874

 

Street in Moret 

Alfred Sisley 

1877 

FALSE

Sand Heaps 

Alfred Sisley 

1878 

TRUE

View of the Seine 

Armand Guillaumin 

1871 

FALSE

Grain Field 

Bethe Morisot 

1875 

FALSE

The Artistist's Daughter 

Bethe Morisot 

1884 

FALSE

Two Women Chatting by the Sea 

Camille Pissarro 

1856 

FALSE

Self Portrait 

Chaim Soutine 

1918 

FALSE

View of Ceret 

Chaim Soutine 

1919 

TRUE

View in Montmartre Paris 

Childe Hassam 

1889 

FALSE

Late Afternoon 

Childe Hassam 

1900 

FALSE

John Singer Sargent 

Dennis Miller Bunker 

1888 

FALSE

The Pool, Medfield 

Dennis Miller Bunker 

1889 

TRUE

Woman with Chrysanthemums 

Edgar Degas 

1865 

FALSE

The Bellelli Family 

Edgar Degas 

1867 

FALSE

Save and close the 7Timeline spreadsheet. [20]

TOTAL: 180

HTML TAG SHEET

Basic Tags 

Tag 

Description 

<body></body> 

Defines the body of the web page

<body  bgcolor="pink">

Sets the background colour of the  web page

<body  text="black"> 

Sets the colour of the body text 

<head></head> 

Contains information about the  web page 

<html></html> 

Creates an HTML document – starts and ends a web page

<title></title> 

Defines a title for the web page 

<br/> 

Inserts a line break 

<!-- --> 

Comment

Text Tags

Tag 

Description 

<h1></h1> 

Creates the largest heading

<h6></h6> 

Creates the smallest heading 

<b></b> 

Creates bold text 

<i></i> 

Creates italic text 

<font  

size="3"></font> 

Sets size of font, from "1" to "7" 

<font color=  "green"> </font> 

Sets font colour 

<font face="Times  New Roman"></font> 

Sets font type 

Links Tags 

Tag 

Description 

<a href="/URL"></a> 

Creates a hyperlink 

<a href="/URL"><img  src="name"></a> 

Creates an image link 

<a name="NAME"></a> 

Creates a target location in the  document

<a href=  "#NAME"></a>

Links to a target location created  somewhere else in the document

Formatting Tags 

Tag 

Description

<p></p> 

Creates a new paragraph

<p align="left">

Aligns a paragraph to the "left"  (default), can also be "right" or  "center"

<br/> 

Inserts a line break 

<ol></ol> 

Creates a numbered list 

<ol type="A","a",  "I","i","1"></ol>

Defines the type of numbering  used 

<ul></ul> 

Creates a bulleted list

<ul type="disc",  "square","circle">  </ul>

Defines the type of bullets used

Formatting Tags continued

Tag 

Description

<li></li>

Inserted before each list item,  and adds a number or symbol  depending on the type of list  selected

<img src="/name"> 

Adds an image

<img src="/name"  align="left">

Aligns an image: can be "left",  "right", "bottom", "top"

<align="center">  <img src="/name"> 

Aligns an image in the "center",  can also be "middle"

<img src="/name"  border="1">

Sets the size of the border  around an image

<img src="/name"  width="200"  height ="200">

Sets the height and width of an  image 

<img src="/name"  alt="alternative  text">

Displays alternative text when  the mouse hovers over the  image or when the image is not  found

<hr/> 

Inserts a horizontal line

<hr size="3"/> 

Sets size (height) of a line

<hr width="80%"/> 

Sets the width of a line, in  percentage or absolute value

<hr color=  "ff0000"/> 

Sets the colour of the line

Table Tags

Tag 

Description

<table></table> 

Creates a table

<tr></tr> 

Creates a row in a table

<td></td> 

Creates a cell in a table

<th></th> 

Creates a table header (a cell  with bold, centred text)

<table  width="50"> 

Sets the width of the table

<table  border="1">

Sets the width of the border  around the table cells

<table  cellspacing="1">

Sets the space between the  table cells

<table  cellpadding="1">

Sets the space between a cell  border and its contents

<tr align="left">

Sets the alignment for cell(s)  ("left", can also be "center" or  "right") 

<tr valign="top">

Sets the vertical alignment for  cell(s) ("top", can also be  "middle" or "bottom")

<td colspan="2"> 

Sets the number of columns a  cell should span

<td rowspan="4"> 

Sets the number of rows a cell  should span

INPUT MASK CHARACTER SHEET

CHARACTER 

DESCRIPTION

Digit (0 to 9, entry required, plus [+] and minus [–] signs not allowed)

Digit or space (entry not required, plus [+] and minus [–] signs not allowed)

#

Digit or space (entry not required; spaces are displayed as blanks while in Edit  mode, but blanks are removed when data is saved; plus [+] and minus [–] signs  allowed)

Letter (A to Z, entry required)

Letter (A to Z, entry optional)

Letter or digit (entry required)

Letter or digit (entry optional)

Any character or a space (entry required)

Any character or a space (entry optional)

. , : ; - /

Decimal placeholder and thousand, date and time separators (The actual  character used depends on the settings in the Regional Settings Properties dialog box in the Windows Control Panel.)

Causes all characters to be converted to lowercase

Causes all characters to be converted to uppercase

!

Causes the input mask to display from right to left, rather than from left to right.  Characters typed into the mask always fill it from left to right. You can include  the exclamation point anywhere in the input mask.

Causes the character that follows to be displayed as the literal character (e.g. \A is displayed as just A).

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY P1 – NOVEMBER 2018 

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Mozilla Firefox 

Google Chrome 

Internet Explorer

Other (Specify)

 

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Tick if saved and/or attempted. 

Question  number 

File name 

Saved (✔)

Attempted  (✔)

Maximum  Mark 

Marker 

SM 

CM 

IM/EM

1Impression 

   

36

       

2Vote 

   

14

       

3Paintings 

   

28

       

4Famous 

   

22

       

5ArtWorld 

   

40

       

6Quirks 

   

20

       

7

7Lecture

   

 

 

20

       

7LectureMerge

           

7ArtForm

           

7Summary

           

7Timeline

           

TOTAL 

180

       

Comment (for office/marker use only) 

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