Marks per module
1 Time | 2 Times | 3 times | 4 times
This shows that the Q1 is appeared 2nd time and Q2 is appeared 3rd time.
Questions per module
Eg: Module 1 - 20% = 4 Question Appeared
Module 2 - 10% = 2 Question Appeared
That clearly means 4 questions appeared from Module 1 which contributes to 20% of total questions in paper and 2 questions were
from Module 2 which is 10% of total questions in the paper.
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P1: Module-3 = (25-30 marks)
P2: Module-1 = (20-25 marks)
P3: Module-2 = (15-20 marks)
P4: Module-5 = (5-10 marks)
P5: Module-4 = (5-10 marks)
P6: Module-6 = (5-10 marks)
This clearly says Module 3 is most important with Priority 1 (P1) and followed by other modules.