Learning outcomes are provided in each study unit in

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Learning outcomes are provided in each study unit in the study guide. 7.1 Examination admission Admission to the examination is gained; provide you have submitted assignment 01 on or before the due date. Students who do not submit this compulsory assignment will not be granted admission to the examination. 7.2 Examination paper The examination paper will consist of four essay questions (25 marks each) of which you will be expected to answer three (total: 75 marks). Question 1 is compulsory and based on a case study. The questions may be subdivided into paragraph questions. Note that there will be no multiple-choice questions in the examination. The duration of the examination is two hours. 7.3 Examination period This module is offered in a semester period of 15 weeks. This means that if you are registered for the first semester, you will write the examination in May/June 2010 and the supplementary examination will be written in October/November 2010. If you are registered for the second semester, you will write the examination in October/November 2010 and the supplementary examination will be written in May/June 2010. The Examination section will provide you with information regarding the examination in general and examination venues, date and times.
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