l It is wise to make copies of assignments before submitting them in case they

L it is wise to make copies of assignments before

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(l) It is wise to make copies of assignments before submitting them, in case they get lost in the post. (m) Do not submit the same assignment a second time. The computer will simply reject it as a duplicate assignment. (n) Soon after the closing date of the multiple choice questions assignment, you will receive a computer print-out giving your answers, the correct answers, and your marks for the assignment. For the written assignment, markers will comment constructively on your work. You will also receive Tutorial Letters CLA1503/201/2020 and CLA1503/202/2020 with commentaries and feedback on 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.
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12 (o) Do not plagiarise. Plagiarism is the act of taking words, ideas and thoughts of others and passing them off as your own. It is a form of theft which involves a number of dishonest academic activities. PLEASE NOTE: Each student must submit his or her own work. It is unacceptable for students to submit identical assignments on the basis that they worked together. This will amount to plagiarism and none of these assignments will be marked. Furthermore, these students may be penalized or subjected to disciplinary proceedings of the University. PLEASE FOLLOW THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. 8.6 Commentaries and feedback on assignments The commentaries and feedback on the two assignments will be sent to all students registered for this module in Tutorial Letters as mentioned above. As soon as you have received these commentaries and feedback, please compare them with your answers. The assignments and the commentaries/feedback on the assignments constitute an important part of your study material for the examination. 8.7 Other assessment methods There are no other assessment methods for this module. (The assessment methods for this module are stipulated in paragraphs 8.4 and 8.5 above). 8.8 The examination For general information and requirements about the examination, see the brochure Study @ Unisa . 8.8.1 Examination admission All students who submit the compulsory assignment 01 in time (before or on the date of submission) will be admitted to the examination . Students, who do not submit the compulsory assignment 01 before or on the due date, will not receive admission to write the examination. The mark obtained for the two assignments will count towards your final mark provided you obtain an examination mark of at least 40% (subminimum). 8.8.2 Examination period This module is a semester module. This means that if you are registered for the first semester you will write the examination in May/June 2020 and the supplementary examination will be written in October/November 2020 . If you are registered for the second semester you will write the examination in October/November 2020 and the supplementary examination will be written in May/June 2021 .
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