Your final mark is calculated as follows Semester mark out of 100 x 20

Your final mark is calculated as follows semester

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Your final mark is calculated as follows: Semester mark (out of 100) x 20% + Examination mark (out of 100) x 80% For example: Suppose your semester mark is 46% and you get 60% in the examination. Your final mark will be: (46 x 20%) + (60 x 80%) = (46 x 0,2) + (60 x 0,8) = 9,2 + 48,0 = 57,2% 8.2 General assignment numbers Assignments are numbered consecutively per module, starting from 01. In this module there are two assignments per semester, namely 01 and 02. 8.2.1 Unique assignment numbers In addition to the general assignment number, each assignment must have its own unique assignment number. In this module assignments 01 and 02 consist of only multiple-choice questions and therefore must be completed on a marking-reading sheet with an own unique assignment number.
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14 8.2.2 Due dates of assignments Please note that the due dates for the submission of assignments to Unisa are indicated in the proposed study programme as well. The last ten questions of Assignment 01 are designed to obtain information required for the compilation of a student profile for this module. Your kind cooperation is requested, as this information assists the department in its ongoing efforts to ensure quality tuition. Your marks for this assignment will be based on your answers to content questions. SEMESTER 1: ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION DATES Assignment number Unique number Closing date Contents of assignments Type of assignment 01 891050 27/02/2014 Study units 1 to 4 Multiple-choice 02 853826 1/04/2014 Study units 5 to 8 Multiple-choice SEMESTER 2: ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION DATES Assignment number Unique number Closing date Contents of assignments Type of assignment 01 767841 14/08/2014 Study units 1 to 4 Multiple-choice 02 767864 16/09/2014 Study units 5 to 8 Multiple-choice 8.3 Submission of assignments You may submit assignments and assignments completed on mark-reading sheets either by post or electronically via myUnisa. Assignments may not be submitted by fax or e-mail . For detailed information on assignments, please refer to the [email protected] brochure. To submit an assignment via myUnisa: x Go to myUnisa. x Log in with your student number and password. x Select the module. x Click on assignments in the menu on the left-hand side of the screen. x Click on the assignment number you wish to submit. x Follow the instructions on the screen.
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ECS2603/101 15 8.4 Assignments DATA FOR ASSIGNMENTS All the data required to complete the compulsory assignments are contained in the appended tables in this Tutorial letter which were copied with permission from the SARB Quarterly Bulletin of March 2013. Unfortunately, time and financial constraints prevent us from supplying each student with his or her own copy of the full Bulletin . However, if you happen to have access to the actual publication, work from the SXEOLFDWLRQ#LWVHOI/#WR#JHW#DQ#HYHQ#EHWWHU#³IHHO´#IRU#WKLV#LPSRUWDQW#GDWD#VRXUFH1 Students with access to the Internet can also access the data at . Use the March 2013 edition because some slight changes may occur in subsequent data revisions.
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16 ASSIGNMENT 01 (First Semester) Due Date 27/02/2014 Unique Number 891020 The marks earned in this assignment contribute 40% towards your semester mark.
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