UniSA amended exam timetable during COVID | Open Universities Australia

UniSA amended exam timetable during COVID-19

Study Period 1 and Session 1 exams will be online.

As a result of the COVID-19 disruptions, UniSA have updated their exam timetable:

Study Period 1 2020

Exam date and time
 9:00 am 2:00 pm
 Mon 1 Jun
  • ACG23 - Business Finance
  • ENR122 - Programming Concepts
  • ACG11 - Accounting for Business
Tue 2 Jun
  • ACG24 - Management Accounting
  • ENR212 - Manufacturing Processes
  • MGM14 - Business & Society
  • BLW17 - Business Law
  • ENR101- Essential Mathematics 1: Algebra and Trigonometry
 Wed 3 Jun
  • ACG31 - Auditing Theory and Practice
  • ENR102 - Essential Mathematics 2: Calculus
  • ENR120 - Engineering and Environmental Geology
  • ECO11 -  Principles of Economics
Thur 4 Jun
  • ACG36 - Financial Accounting 3
  • ENR115 - Mathematical Methods for Engineers 2
  • ACG12 - Financial Accounting 1
  • ENR119 - Engineering Mechanics
 Fri 5 Jun
  • ACG27 - Financial Accounting 2
  • ENR209 - Fluid and Energy Engineering
  • ACG35 - Contemporary Issues in Accounting

Session 1 2020

Exam date and time
 9:00 am 2:00 pm
 Mon 15 Jun
  • MEMG510 - Operations Management Systems
  • MPM412 - Procurement & Contract Management
  • LSCM3008 - Project Planning and Control
Tue 16 Jun
  • MPM416 - Economic, Social & Environmental Analysis
  • LSCM5022 - Total Quality Management
 Wed 17 Jun
  • MPM417 - Project Leadership & Teams
  • MPM413 -  Project Risk Management
Thur 18 Jun
  • MPM411 - Principles of Project Management
 Fri 19 Jun
  • LSCM5011 - Engineering Economic Analysis
  • MPM414 - Project Control Methods

Notes: All exam start times are in Australian Central Standard Time (Adelaide time) Use a time converter tool to determine your exam start time.

Your online exam will be the same length as it was intended to be in person, plus an additional hour for reading, technical requirements, system access and upload/downloads.

The online exam will be hosted on the UniSA LMS and will be unsupervised, so where required, your Course Coordinators may follow up with a brief oral assessment (viva) in addition to the written exam. They will let you know if this applies to you.

 

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