New Zealand-based students taking Health Sciences First Year papers

Students enrolled in the following papers will continue to use ExamSoft’s application Examplify for the HUBS 191 progress test and the re-sit of the English Diagnostic (both on 21 May). However, this semester’s final examinations for CELS 191, CHEM 191, HUBS 191, and PHSI 191 will be sat in-person in Dunedin.

International Health Sciences First Year students who are overseas now

International students will use ExamSoft’s application Examplify to sit semester 1 progress tests and exams for the following papers, as well as the English Diagnostic:

  • CELS 191
  • CHEM 191
  • PHSI 191
  • HUBS 191
  • the English Diagnostic Test

Accounting papers

Students enrolled in:

  • ACCT 302
  • ACTP 311
  • ACTP 411
  • ACCT 429
  • BLAW 211

used Examplify to sit the mid-term test.

Students enrolled in the following papers will sit semester 1 exams using Examplify:

  • ACCT 102
  • ACCT 222
  • ACCT 233
  • ACCT 302
  • ACCT 315
  • ACCT 403
  • ACCT 429
  • ACTP 311
  • ACTP 411
  • BLAW 211

All students enrolled in the above papers are required to prepare for an online test/exam immediately after the instructions are sent to their student email address.

Business papers

Students enrolled in BSNS 113 used Examplify to sit the mid-semester test.

Students enrolled in the following papers will sit semester 1 exams using Examplify:

  • BSNS 111
  • BSNS 112
  • BSNS 113
  • BSNS 114
  • BSNS 115

All students enrolled in the above papers are required to prepare for an online test/exam immediately after the instructions are sent to their student email address.

Whether other papers will use Examplify for tests/exams will depend on the pandemic and the social distancing required. You will be informed of this ahead of time.

You will receive finalised information about the exact dates and times of your tests in the same way as usual, and exact dates and times for your exams in the timetable section of your eVision portal as usual. Online tests and exams will take the normal length of time, unless otherwise specified, i.e. a three-hour exam will still be a three-hour exam.

Last updated 13/05/2022 11.39 AM

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