Steps On How To Take NOUN E-Exam: E-Exam is practically different from the normal examination one take, by putting down his/her answers on an answer booklet or a piece of paper.
This article will guide you on all that is required for an undergraduate of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
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E-exam is more like a computer based examination JAMB usually conduct for every student seeking admission.
Below are the steps you need to pass through before taking NOUN e-exam.
How To Take NOUN E-Exam.
- Make sure you have been cleared and given examination misconduct form at your study centre.
- Be acquainted with system (Computer).
- Complete all the Tutor Marked Assignment as instructed by the institution.
- Study each course materials intensively.
- Don’t join the #Team late on every examination.
During e-exam, you will be required to answer your examination questions using a system for a student. Which means you are faced with your system and supervisors inspecting the hall.
You also need to know that, there won’t be any room for communication aside from you drawing the attention of a supervisor to question if need be.
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Partaking in NOUN e-exam, you are expected to know the credit units of each of the courses you are about to write or even writing. In order to have a clue of the number of questions you are to answer.
E.g: Two credit unit courses come with just 70 questions, while three credit unit courses come with as much as 100 questions for each course. With a combination of multiple questions and more of fill in the blank spaces.
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