6 713 Format of assignments and number of assignments a Each of the two

6 713 format of assignments and number of assignments

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6 7.1.3 Format of assignments and number of assignments (a) Each of the two assignments consists of five multiple-choice questions for which a mark-reading sheet must be completed. (b) Assignments consisting of multiple-choice questions must be answered on a mark-reading sheetthat will be marked by computer. Check that Unisahas supplied you with mark-reading sheets. (c) Students may submit assignments done on mark-reading sheets by postorelectronically via myUnisa. Assignments may notbe submitted by fax or e-mail. Written answers on a sheet of paper will not be marked. (d)For detailed information and requirements as far as assignments are concerned, see the publication my Studies @ Unisa which you received with your study material. You will find instructions on the use of mark-reading sheets for answering multiple-choice questions in my Studies @ Unisa. Read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly to avoid unnecessary mistakes. (e) Assignments should be addressed to: The Registrar PO Box 392 UNISA 0003 (f) When submitting an assignment on a mark-reading sheet by mail, you must send ONLY YOUR MARK-READING SHEETin an envelope. Do notinclude a cover sheet with your mark-reading sheet. (g) To submit an assignment via myUnisa do the following: Go to myUnisa. Log in with your student number and password. Select the module. Click on assignments in the left-hand menu. Click on the assignment number you want to submit. Follow the instructions on the screen. (h) Please remember to allocate the same unique number to the assignment as the onegiven in the tutorial letter. Remember that your first assignment must be numbered 01 and your second assignment must be numbered 02. (i) Please ensure that your name, address, student number, module code, assignment number and unique number for the assignment (see 7.1.5 below)appear on the mark reading sheet, and that this information is correct. (j) It is wise to make copies ofassignments before submitting them, in case they get lost in the post. (k) Do not submit the same assignment a second time. The computer will simply reject it as a duplicate assignment.
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CLA1502/101 7 (l) Soon after the closing date of each assignment you will receive a computer printout giving your answers, the correct answers, and your marks for the assignment. You will also receive a tutorial letter CLA1502/201/2013 with detailed commentary on each question of each of the two assignments. Please note: Each year a number of students submit faulty mark-reading sheets which cannot be processed by the computer. Sheets that are rejected by the computer are returned to students without being marked. THEREFORE, PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. 7.1.4 Commentaries and feedback on the assignments The commentaries on the two compulsory assignments will be send to all students registered for this modulein Tutorial Letter CLA1502/201/2013 as mentioned above.
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