Distinctions for Level 2 Grading
Wood (Crawley) and Abhishek Banerji (Wimbledon)
the 9th June 2002, approximately 20 students took part in the level
2 grading. This was pre-requiste of level 1 grading 7-8 months ago.
examination was a very formal affair, each student was allocated
a time slot to attend at the Wimbledon Club. Master Tang (chief
instructor) presided as examiner, usually senior or head instructors
assess level 1 and 2.
criteria for level 2 grading is that there shall be no 'D' grade,
hence fail will apply. However, discretional pass can be issued
based on the amount of A grades and the students past class room
students will have performed a much more versatile and complex skills
to that of level 1. All techniques were subjected to the two main
approaches static and flexible.
the students were examined under very strict conditions, markings
were as follows:
A excellent 90%
A- very good 80%
B+ good 70%
B good 65%
B- good 60%
students had to perform the 11 exercises of the level 2 syllabus,
demonstrating technical ability and understanding of each techniques
and it's terminologies. In addition, students had to exhibit the
martial etiquette which included respect, confidence, full uniform
presentation, physical and mental control.
students, Phil Wood and Abhishek Banerji attained 'Distinction',
accumulated a minimum of 9 A's or A-'s each - Congratulations to
them both for winning the highest standard. Hope you guys will continue
to set the high standard for everyone to aspire to. As a result
of their distinction, an assistantship will be offered to them both
in the near future.