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NOUN On-Demand Virtual Examination | See Commencement Details

Filed in School News by on June 8, 2020

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NOUN On-Demand Virtual Examination | See Commencement Details.

NOUN On-Demand Virtual Examination: The management of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has released a notice to students on the commencement of on-demand virtual examination. Continue reading to see more details below.

NOUN On-Demand Virtual Examination

The Vice Chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has directed the commencement of on-demand virtual examination for students. Consequently, students are requested to note the following:

  1. The URL for access to virtual examination on-demand application process is : https://dea.nou.edu.ng.
  2. Postgraduate students could take their examinations provided they apply for it by midnight 13th of June, 2020, from 15th to 20th of June, 2020. 
  3. Dates for undergraduate students’ virtual examinations is as follows:

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FACULTY CLOSING DATES FOR APPLICATION VIRTUAL EXAMINATION DATES
Arts, Education, Agriculture and Health Sciences 19th of June, 2020. 22nd – 28th of June, 2020
Social Sciences 1st of July, 2020. 1st – 11th of July, 2020
Management Sciences 11th of July, 2020 13th – 17th of July 2020
Sciences and Law 18th of July, 2020 20th –  25th of July, 2020

All candidates should please note that once a course is selected for virtual examination, it cannot be made available to the student for physical examination at the Study Centre (after lockdown order is lifted).

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NOUN Examination On-demand Policy

  • A student must apply for examinations by completing the electronic application form for on-demand Virtual Examinations.
  • The student should have dully registered to take the examinations.
  • The student must sign the undertaking on the virtual examination on-demand application form that he/she is computer literate enough to do virtual examinations.
  • The student must have interacted with his/her Course Material for a minimum of 8 weeks from the date of course registration.
  • The student must have completed Tutor-Marked Assignments [TMAs] 1-3 for all courses that he or she is demanding to be examined on.
  • There must be a “Proctor” to supervise the exams wherever the student is taking the examinations.
  • The Directorate of Examinations and Assessment will determine the date and mode of the examinations.
  • The Head of Department (HOD) must have provided Test Items for the courses to be examined.
  • All other rules and regulations approved by the University Senate for the conduct of examinations must be adhered to.

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