[vet-mm] Action Script versions and exams

Ridgeway, Mark M ridgeway.mark.m at edumail.vic.gov.au
Mon Oct 8 14:18:49 EST 2007

Hi everyone


Susan O'Shannessy from VCAA has got back to me re our query on Action
Script versions for the exam. The examiners will take into account the
differences b/w the versions and students can use either AS2 or 3.
Susan's exact response is:


Students and teachers in exam centres using the latest version of Flash
can be assured that the differences between AS2 and AS3 have been
considered by the examination panel in setting questions. Any stimulus
provided in action script will be accessible to students who are
familiar with either version. 

Where (if directed to respond in their selected code) students provide
an answer using the syntax of AS3, this will also be taken into
consideration by the assessors.


In addition, Student Exam Instructions and relevant instruction screens
for the 2007 VET Multimedia exam are supposed to be available from the
VCAA website from today. (I haven't been to check yet!)


Cheers, Mark


Mark Ridgeway

Information and Learning Technology Leader

VCAA State Reviewer, VCE/VET Multimedia

Gisborne Secondary College

Melton Rd, Gisborne, 3437

Phone: 5428 3691 Fax: 5428 4018

Mobile: 0400 889574

email: ridgeway.mark.m at edumail.vic.gov.au
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