.Importance of e-learning
Stress is a natural occurrence—it happens to all of us. There are two types of stress which bring about different symptoms. One is ‘eustress’, also known as ‘beneficial stress’, which can serve as motivation to continue working. The other is ‘distress’ and this is the negative kind of stress. We should worry about distress and try to keep it at bay, as it can affect you emotionally and physically, and may also negatively impact your academic performance. In fact, this survey from Headspace established that a worryingly high number of Australian university and TAFE students are stressed and anxious, sitting at 83.2%, with some even having thoughts of self-harm. Fortunately, distress can be controlled.
A supplementary exam is an additional exam (or other form of assessment) that may be approved for a student in the following circumstances:
This is a second chance to pass the subject and students must pass the supplementary exam to gain a pass overall. The best possible result from a supplementary exam is SP (supplementary pass) or SS (supplementary pass in an ungraded subject).
Supplementary exams are scheduled after the formal exam period, and may not be available for all subjects, or for all examination types.