The University of Otago needs to reconsider the examination of competitive entry papers.

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Jack Harman
1 year ago
Yeah nah screw online exams

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Aidan Forrest
1 year ago
This creates more problems that it claims to solve. I'm thinking in particular about the ethical and privacy implications, and the implications for students' mental state before and during an exam.

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Percy Hall
1 year ago
my biggest mistake was coming to this university so hopefully someone will be held accountable for this bullshit

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Michael Hobby
1 year ago
enough of this - 1984 WAS NOT AN INSTRUCTION MANUAL. You'd think a University of all places might know this.....

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Joanne Nia
1 year ago
Because it unfair. All First year health Sciences paper are now 90% and if I fail because of a problem from the app that it...I wasted the semester and I have to take the long way for my career. Which lead to more debts.

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Nilanthi Sim
1 year ago
I think this is really unfair that there isn't a standard across universities in how assessments are done in light of the current situation. I am disappointed in the UoO.

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George Bates
1 year ago
It appears to me that this is an attempt to restrain the effects of cheating, but the priorities of computer safety, student wellbeing and exam performance are overlooked. So I understand, but it feels like a poor system.

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Telootapune Mataio
1 year ago
Tmip

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Indira Vilathgamuwa
1 year ago
The University is very inconsiderate of what the students are facing with this Pandemic physically, emotionally and socially. Think twice before you implement anything!!

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Tammie Noldan
1 year ago
The process needs to be fair.