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8.7 Other assessment methods There are no other assessment methods for this module. 8.8 The examination For general information and requirements about the examination, see the publication 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 this assignment before or on the due date, will not receive admission to write the examination. 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 . It is important to note that the examination will only be available in English. During the course of the semester, the Examination Department will provide you with information regarding examination venues, examination dates, examination times and examination in general. 8.8.3 Examination paper At the end of the semester, you will write one two-hour paper on this module. The paper consists of multiple choice questions (40 marks in total) and written questions (40 marks in total). The total allocation for the paper is 80 marks . In Tutorial Letter CLA1502/102/2020, we shall give you more information on the format of the examination paper. 8.8.4 Previous examination papers Previous examination papers are available to students on my Unisa. However, please note that the format of the examination paper changed as from 2017. Some of the previous examination papers that are available on my Unisa might therefore only contain multiple-choice questions. These papers will give you an idea of the kind of questions you may expect in the examination. Lecturers will not mark these papers, nor supply the correct answers to the questions. You may also accept that examination questions will be similar to the questions asked in the activities in your study guide and in the assignments.
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