The exam will take place online, on Saturday 22 January 2022 at 10:00am
There will be three quizzes on the MyLO page for this unit
The first quiz that you have to do is an Integrity quiz, one integrity quiz that applies to the entire exam. This will be available on the day from 9:55am and you MUST complete it before 10:05 am to be able to access the supplementary exam.
The supplementary exam consists of two (2) parts.
10:00am Supplementary Assessment Task 3: PART 1, Quiz, 50% of the mark.
You must start between 10:00am-10:05am, and after receiving 100% in the integrity quiz (see above). Once you start it, this part lasts 1hour + 5min reading time (65 min total).
It consists of 36 MCQs and 4 Multi-select questions, very similar to the ones you were asked in the final exam, not specific to any case scenario. They are organised in four pages (one page for each module 2, 3, 4, and 5), and each page has one multi-select question worth 2 marks, and 8 MCQs worth 1 mark each. The MCQs are randomly allocated to each student from a pool of questions.
You must submit before or when the timer is up, which will be between 11:05-11:10am, depending on when exactly you started the test.
To prepare for this part you should revise all the content in MyLO and in the workbooks, as you did for the final exam.
11:20am Supplementary Assessment Task 3: PART 2, SAQs, 50% of the mark
You must start this part between 11:20-11:25am, and after receiving 100% in the integrity quiz (see above).This part lasts 1 hour + 5 min reading time (65min total). You must submit before or when the timer is up, which will be between 12:25-12:30pm, depending on when exactly you started the test.
This part is based on the same case scenario that we used for Assessment Task 2, Ms Ngarla Kngwarreye. The case scenario and therapy details can be found in these two MyLO pages:
Assessment task 2: the person
Assessment task 2: therapies for discussion
The second part of the assessment will consist of three (3) SAQs based on the above scenario. The format of the questions is similar to the questions that we asked in the workshops and in the final exam. There are no restrictions in the amount of words that you use to answer the questions, but you should be able to answer fully using around 200 words. Referencing is NOT necessary.
The questions examine the application of knowledge to the patient in the case scenario above. You MUST WRITE THE ANSWERS IN YOUR OWN WORDS. The answers will submitted to Turnitin integrity check and any parts of your answer that are verbatim (=word by word) from internet or textbook resources will not be considered part of your answer. Furthermore, the answer should be related specifically to the patient in the case scenario, therefore you will not be able to find the answers on the internet or textbooks.
To prepare for this part, we recommend that study the case scenario in detail; ensure that you are able to explain the development of each of the signs and symptoms (cause – specific mechanisms in logical order including other evidence of the mechanism occurring, explained step by step – sign/symptom). You should also examine each of the therapies that Ngarla has undergone or been prescribed, both as part of the management of her chronic condition and as part of the management of this acute exacerbation. You must be able to explain what the therapy does (mechanism of action and aim for this patient), and what evidence will indicate that the therapy is alleviating Ngarla’s exacerbation, i.e., what signs/symptoms will be modified.
I will attached The person and therapies for discussion as mentioned above in another attachment.
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