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In these cases, the following apply:
The examination is to be written at the same time as it is being written in South Africa (SA) if this is possible to achieve during the day, or if the time zones are too different, the paper is to be written at 08:00 on the morning immediately after the SA students have written (that is during the SA night). The Operations Manager of CAT will determine if the time difference is a security risk and will then determine the alternative arrangements which the campus or operations team must carry out.
These arrangements must be confirmed in writing by the campus with the examination venue and filed on the student’s record electronically.
The completed assessment may be scanned and mailed back for marking purposes, but arrangements must be made to have the original scripts collected and returned for record keeping purposes.
Except in the case of provincial or national representation, this is normally only available once per academic year.
In the case of students who are repeating modules and are studying or working in another location and have lodged an application via the Student Hub at the start of the semester, assessments may be written at another location for those modules and the once per academic year requirement is waived.
In terms of The IIE’s Assessment Strategy and Policy (IIE009 – Section 10.3.2 ) this concession is normally only accessible to students who are not able to be on the relevant site where the assessment is being written because they are representing their province or country and may be considered for students able to demonstrate another reason beyond their control. It is not normally considered for recreational reasons such as a holiday.