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Tests/Assessments

Check the relevant test dates at the beginning of the year and make a note of these dates. The venues where and times when tests are to be written, will be announced beforehand in class and posted onto SUNLearn.

All test/assessment results will be published on SUNLearn. No marks will be made available to individual students before the official release of the results. Only assessment results of students who have paid their student fees will be placed on the university's web page at www.mymaties.comNo results will be made available telephonically by the department.

You may query the marking of your tests after you have read the feedback on SUNLearn. (Normally within the first week after results become available and/or the first week of the new term or semester). The department will make information available as to where and when the scripts can be viewed. Written applications for the amendment of marks should be handed in during the period as announced by the department. No queries or discussions will be allowed after this period.

The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences follows a Flexible assessment approach.  This is a process by which a student's work in a semester- or year-module is systematically assessed and weighed through consecutive opportunities during the course of the semester/year using a variety of assessment methods e.g. assignments, tests, portfolios, seminars, tutorials, project reports, etc.  A final mark is awarded without a formal university examination.

The system of flexible assessment allows for three official assessment periods per semester.  The first of these (A1) will be during the semester, the second (A2) will be in the time period of the first examination, and the third (A3) will be in the time period of the second examination.

No formal class mark is obtained.  Only a final mark is entered into the University's central computer system on the prescribed submission date for final marks.

Prerequisites

The prerequisites for each module are shown on each module page.

  • A prerequisite pass module (PP) is a module which students must have passed before they are allowed to take the module(s) for which it is a prerequisite pass module.
  • A prerequisite module (P) is a module in which students must have achieved a class mark of at least 40, or a final mark of at least 40 in the case of a module subject to continuous assessment, before they are allowed to take the module for which it is a prerequisite module.
  • A correquisite module (C) is a module which students must take in the same academic year as the module for which it is a corequisite, or in an earlier academic year.

No qualification will be awarded unless the candidate has passed all the relevant prerequisite and corequisite modules.

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