Questions To Ask NOUN Staff Before Examination Registration

Before your examination registration, here are some important questions you need to ask your NOUN centre managements. You’re educated and you should not be afraid of knowing your rights, which you paid for.

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  • Missed Examination Registration

You should ask your centres management for more information on the issues of missed examination registration. Always be careful doing that course examination registration, most noun students prefers to forget about it and write it once the full semester has started.

The advantage of this, is from the little observation i have seen from Noun Management ICT workers.

The Noun Management ICT workers have opened courses and examination registration links which is created specifically for students who are involved, to register and submit their Tutor Marked Assignment.

Please take note that this Registration need a clear explanation or information, which will help students not to make some mistake on it.

A friend of mine who is an official/staff at NOUN Headquarters in Victoria Island, Lagos state, is that the examination is only designed for students who missed their semester examination in the last concluded examination, and that the venue of the examination is going to be Zone headquarters.

While asking for more information to clarify this, further explanation was given by the staff that two or more study Centres can come in one Venue for the examination.

So to be on the safe side, you should always ask questions before your examination registration.

We’re wishing you, the very BEST and don’t forget to share this information with your friends who are students of NOUN, or aspirants.

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