> Also, are there 10 possible marks to get or, for example, like CITS2002, there are
> 'more' marks and your result is capped at 10?
There's no single answer, as it depends on the question type - for example, some questions may
ask for, say, '2 advantages and 2 disadvantages...' (which may not be equal in 'size' or
difficulty in knowing', others may just ask you 'to describe, with an example...', etc.
But, in all cases, there's more than 10 marks 'on the table', with your mark capped at 10.