8 8,25 (hours) ÷ 7 (days) = 1,18 hours per day per module Look at your own schedule, depending on how many modules you have been enrolled for. If you are registered for 4 modules, for example, you will need to spend a minimum of 5½ hours per day on your studies. Using this and the Scheduleprovided on myUnisa, you need to set a study schedule to ensure you keep up to date with your studies.The notional hours attached to the module is divided as follows: Hours Activity 8 Purchase prescribed books Register on my.unisa.ac.za Get hardware and software in place 15 Study theoretical concepts from prescribed book 30 Complete practical examples and exercises in prescribed book 5 Participate in online discussion 5 Compile and submit Blog posts 20 Complete formative assessment 10 Complete online self assessments 25 Prepare for summative assessment 2 Complete summative assessment This is very important as there is no time in the semester system to catch up if you’ve fallen behind. You will have to draw up a study plan/timetable for yourself according to the schedule and then stick to it. 7 ASSESSMENT 7.1 Assessment plan The following assessment will take place during this semester: Self assessment – to be completed every week on myUnisaafter completing a specific chapter, immediate electronic feedback will be provided. Self assessment – to be completed every week after completing a specific chapter, questions at the end of the chapter and suggested solutions on myUnisaunder Addition Resources. Assignment 1 – questions later on in this Tutorial Letter, to be submitted on myUnisaon or before the indicated due date. The assignment will cover the work completed in Chapter 1, 2 and 3 from the prescribed book.