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Information to NOUN Students on E-Exam

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has made changes to the e-exams. Students are hereby advised to check the timetable for the effect of the changes made.

The management of the school sincerely apologies for any discomfort this information about the e-exam might bring, but the students are hereby advised to strictly at adhere to the time given for the examinations

Changes on the NOUN E-Exam Timetable May/June 2016

Students offering the following courses are hereby required to take note of the following changes on the NOUN e-Exam timetable May/June 2016 ;

(1). PHY142– GEOMETRICS AND WAVE OPTICS slated for Thursday 5th May 2016 by 2pm is not an examinable course. PHY103 with the same course title (GEOMETRICS AND WAVE OPTICS),will be held on the same day (THURSDAY 5TH of MAY 2016 by 2pm).

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(2). PHY203– OSCILLATION AND WAVES that was not on the timetable  has now been slated to take place on FRIDAY 3RD JUNE 2016 by 8AM.

(3). ECE212– LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN THE EARLY YEARS slated for Tuesday 3rd May 2016 by 11am is not examinable, while ECE221 which has the same course title (LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN THE EARLY YEARS) is examinable and has been slated for THURSDAY 26TH MAY 2016 by 11AM.


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