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Unformatted text preview: INF206D/101/2008 INF206D System Analysis and Design Methods Tutorial Letter 101 School of Computing 2 Notice to Students Due to regulatory requirements (imposed by the Department of National Education) the following would apply for this academic year (2008). • To be considered for examination admission in INF 206D, a student must qualify as an active student by submitting at least one assignment BEFORE 10 th June 2008. • All the three assignments counts towards a year mark which will make up 10% of the final mark for INF 206D. • The exam for INF 206D will count 90% of your final mark • Your year mark and examination mark will determine your final mark. • Attention: BCOM INFORMATICS STUDENTS: - This course is a year course and NOT a semester course ; there is no automatic admission to the examination an assignment must be submitted as indicated above. 3 INF206D/101 Explanation towards assignment and examination assessment system • Kindly note that your year mark and examination mark will determine your final mark. The year mark is based on the marks awarded for the assignments; therefore your assignments are important towards your examination final mark. Assessment system An integrated assessment system has been used for this module from 2006. This means that your final mark is based not only on your examination mark, but also on your performance during the year. Assignments do not only provide you with an opportunity to evaluate your understanding of the prescribed material (or to give you feedback on your readiness for the examination) but also make a contribution towards your year mark. Your final mark will be calculated as follows: Year mark (out of 100) x 10% + Examination mark (out of 100) x 90% In order to pass this module a final mark of 50% is required. Irrespective of the year mark obtained, you must obtain a sub-minimum of 40% in the examination. You will therefore not pass the module if your examination mark is less than 40%. Year mark Your year mark is based on your three assignment marks. Weights are allocated to the assignments. Assignments 01, 02 and 03 contribute towards your year mark. If an assignment is late or not submitted at all (for whatever reason), zero marks (0) are awarded for such an assignment. Note THE YEAR MARK WILL NOT CONTRIBUTE TO RESULTS OF STUDENTS WRITING A SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION. IT WILL CONTRIBUTE IN THE CASE OF AN AEGROTAT EXAMINATION . ¡ An aegrotat examination may be granted to a student who has been prevented from taking the preceding examination or has been unable to complete the examination as a result of: ¡ Illness on the day of or immediately before or during the examination; provided that his/her application is accompanied by a certificate, issued by a Medical Practitioner registered with the SA Medical and Dental Council, specifying the nature, commencement date and duration of the illness and declaring that for health reasons it was impossible or undesirable for the candidate to sit for the examination on the day concerned AND, where applicable, a letter...
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