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Welcome to IB examining

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IB Global
Center, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Examiner recruitment and training
Subject
operations
Subject
management
Assessment quality
Ultimately, a candidate’s grade should depend on their ability, not on who marked their work.
• Seeding – mainly used for electronically marked components.

• Moderation – mainly used for conventionally marked components.

For further information, and to activate your IBIS account, please complete the remainder of this induction course.
A not-for-profit, mission-driven organization.
The teams you will work with:
All aspects of recruitment and training of examiners
Marking allocations and examination queries
Overseeing all aspects of assessment for a subject
Analyzing examiner performance
Examining Teams
Marking to the standard
Examiner training site

http://examinertraining.ibo.org
External assessment - marking of examination scripts

Internal assessment - moderation of teacher assessed work
Assessment model
Quality assurance
eMarking
September - Log into IBIS to register your availability for the following May and November sessions.
Registration
Allocations
Thank you
International Baccalaureate (IB)
It is worth noting that we cannot guarantee that an examiner will receive an allocation.
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