All students must complete this piece of assessment by doing one online quiz (timed).
Before you commence your quiz you MUST read the information relating to the online quiz found in the Assessment Box on the course website. The quiz is open book and should be completed individually.
The quiz will contain twenty (20) questions which will be either/or a combination of multiple choice, true/false or short answer questions. The questions relate to the textbook chapters as follows: Ch.17 - 5 questions, Ch.18 - 5 questions, Ch.19 - 5 questions, Ch.15 - 5 questions (covering the work from Weeks 1 through 4 inclusive). The questions are randomly generated so that all students should complete the quiz with different questions. Each question is worth 1 mark. You will be able to see your result immediately. Your total is out of twenty marks (worth 20% of the course total marks).
You will need a calculator as some of the questions may be practical.
The quiz is timed for sixty (60) minutes. Please pay particular attention to the time and ensure that you submit BEFORE your allocated time limit is up, otherwise you will be scored zero for that quiz.
You can only attempt the online quiz once. Each question can only be attempted once.
No extensions will be granted for the Quiz. This includes misreading of the quiz availability time period or commencing the term late. The online quiz cannot be deferred.
If you experience a technical problem, you MUST immediately document this (such as taking a screen shot or a photo on your mobile phone) and email this to your Unit Coordinator as soon as possible. You must document how far through the quiz you were at the time of the technical problem. The Unit Coordinator can confirm these details from the system. You should contact the WileyPlus technical support team for assistance in the first instance.
Students are strongly advised to print out and keep a copy of any documentation that proves you have sat this quiz. You do not have to send anything to the Unit Coordinator (or any other member of the teaching team) as the Unit Coordinator can access the results online, but in the unlikely event of technical problems you will have proof of the work you have completed.
You do not have to submit anything in Moodle for this assessment. The Unit Coordinator will transfer your result from WileyPlus to Moodle at the end of term, before your final exam.