The online quizzes will be made available for a 48 hour window at the end of the week, during weeks 4, 6, 9, 11 & 13. Each quiz will be of 10 minutes duration, and cover material that has been delivered in lectures and/or tutorials.
This will cover the content of the first half of the semester, Weeks 1-7 (everything before the break). Questions will be in short answer format. The Mid-semester examination will be conducted in Week 8 at the start of the lecture on Thursday 30 April at 8am.
Assignment – 1500 words
Due Date: Monday 11 May , 2020 (Week 10). Late submissions without a application for ‘Special consideration’ will be penalised 5% each day after the due date.
Pass mark: A mark of 50% is needed to satisfy the requirements of the unit. Students who do not achieve this mark will be required to resubmit their assignment after receiving feedback. The resubmitted assignment can only upgrade your mark to 50% for the assignment.
This will cover the content of the entire semester. Questions will include multiple choice and short answer questions. A minimum of 50% in the examination is required to satisfy the requirements of the unit. If a student earns less than 50% in the final exam then they will fail the unit.
Final Examination Attendance Requirements
A minimum 80% attendance is required at tutorials.
Returning Assessment Tasks
1. Online quizzes: The quiz marks will be released online once the quiz closes. The tutors will discuss the correct responses during the following class.
2. Mid-Semester Examination: Papers will be returned in tutorials once marked. (Generally 3 weeks after the exam)
3. Assignment - online marking and feedback to be completed by June 2020.
4. Final Examination: Papers will not be returned. Marks will be incorporated into the final unit grade.
Hurdle Requirements and Serious Attempt Defined
A hurdle is a passing requirement for the unit. A serious attempt is a threshold when a second chance will be provided as an opportunity to meet the hurdle requirement.
CHIR6302 has 1 hurdle. The hurdle, the serious attempt threshold, and the method of the second attempt are described below.
Hurdle - Final examination: must obtain 50% of the combined available marks
Serious attempt: defined as gaining 40-49% in the final examination.
Second chance: a supplementary final examination
Second-chance hurdle examinations will be offered during the FSE supplementary examination period. You will be notified shortly after the release of your grades of your eligibility for a hurdle retry and you must make yourself available during the faculty supplementary examination period to take advantage of this opportunity.