GUIDELINES FOR E-EXAMINATION

GUIDELINES FOR NOUN E-EXAMINATION This is to inform you that the 2020_1 e-examinations start on Thursday, 15th October, 2020. Please take note of the following guidelines for the examinations: A Student’s Matriculation Number serves as his/her examination number. Only registered students will be allowed to sit for examinations. Students should write examinations at their designated centres. No more 30 minutes grace period previously allowed for candidates who arrive late. GST Exams are slated for Day 1 and 2, Thursday, October 15 and Friday, October 16, 2020 and starts at 7.30a.m;…

Directorate of Examination and Assessment (DEA) of NOUN

Directorate of Examination and Assessment (DEA) of NOUN We wish to write all students here that the body of admins in this group has agreed to let you aware that it is your right to write a mail to the Directorate of Examination and Assessment (DEA) of NOUN concerning the clashes of courses you have according to Exam Timetable (ETT). We urged that this is the ONLY body that can take care of this (Directorate of Examinations and Assessments (DEA)) in National Open University of Nigeria. DEA is determined to…

10 Types of Plagiarism every Academic Writer Should Know

10 Types of Plagiarism every Academic Writer Should Know Plagiarism is the most common issue that every academic writer faces while writing their research paper or dissertation. The famous plagiarism checking tools such as Duplichecker and Turnitin are classifying the plagiarisms into 10 common types before generating the report. In this article, we are going to find out the 10 types of plagiarism that every academic writer should know to avoid it. 1. “Clone” – Plagiarism Cloning plagiarism is also called identical copying. In Cloning, one person copies another work…