Students are encouraged to complete an assessment survey after each written examination.
The surveys are anonymous and assist the assessment division to determine ways in which to improve assessment processes and regulations.
Please click here in order to complete the survey. You are permitted to submit more than one survey.
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In accordance with the Constitution, the UJ Policy on Disability, and supporting education legislation, students with certain permanent and temporary disabilities may apply for reasonable accommodations or concessions. These accommodations are granted to enable candidates with specific disabilities to demonstrate their true ability without changing the construct of the assessment, and should not give the student an advantage over other candidates.
The grounds for applying for concessions are:
A physical/sensory/neurological disability: a disability that seriously impedes a student’s ability to read or write at the same speed/level as their peers.
A specific learning disability: a disability that affects one or more of the basic processes involved in the use of written or spoken language in a manner that constitutes a significant impairment of that function.
Students wishing to apply for concessional support must register with Disability Services and submit their concession application no later than 25 April for the 1st semester or 25 September for the 2nd semester.
Enquiries can be forwarded to the Disability Services professional at email@example.com