Module 2 Metaphysical Studies (Excl. 2.1) Exam
Please read the following information prior to commencing your exam.
* You will need your module 2 manual, and a pen, paper and calculator (for numerology calculations)
- There are 20 questions in this exam.
- The questions will be delivered in a random order, one at a time.
- The exam duration is 2 hours in total. The timer will commence when the first exam question appears on the screen. (The average completion time of this exam is 30 min to 1 hour. However plan to allow up to 6 minutes – where needed – per question to ensure you answer all questions in time and unrushed).
- You may complete the exam in one sitting or in several (as long as the sittings combined do not exceed 2 hour). Once your 2 hours is up, the exam page will close automatically.
- Once you answer a question, you will not be able to go back and change the answer.
- The pass mark is 50%
- Upon completion of the exam, you will receive your grade instantly and it will also be emailed to you.
- If you do not achieve the 50% pass rate, then you will be given the opportunity to repeat the test. Fees will apply. Please note that each time the test is repeated, your overall grade for the module will be reduced. Note: If you achieve 50% or higher than please do not repeat the test (otherwise fees will be charged).
- No two tests are the same. If you are repeating the test, you will receive a random set of questions, of which some may be the same and some different from your first attempt.
- Most questions will have a heading in red font, followed by the question. The heading indicates which unit or topic in your manual, the question refers to.
- It is recommended that you have your manual open during this test. If you have printed out your manual, then ensure you have also printed out the index, so that you can quickly check the page number of the question heading.
If you do not have a hard-copy of your manual, then we recommend one of the following two options:
Option 1. Have your manual open (and minimized) so that you can switch between the manual and the test as required. If your computer screen is large enough, then you can have both the manual and test windows open at the same time.
Option 2. Have your manual open on your computer and use a second computer or other device (e.g. ipad) to view and complete your exam.
We recommend you use the ‘find’ button on your Adobe Reader, to easily locate the topic of the question in your manual. Alternatively, you can use your manual index.
- When you click the ‘Start Test’ button below, you will be asked to enter your email address. You will also be asked to create a 8 digit password (that contains at least one letter, one number and one special character) should you need to stop and resume your test at a later time.
Note: Each time you click ‘next’ (after answering a question), you will be directed to the next question. Do not press ‘next’ twice. If the page freezes, click the stop button on your toolbar and then click refresh. This should move the exam on to the next question.
(Ensure you close all other windows/programs on your computer during the test, as this will impact the speed of your computer. If someone in your household is using the internet or watching T.V. via wifi at the same time, then this too may impact the speed of your computer).
If your internet cuts out during the exam, the timer of the exam will stop and you will be able to sign back in (once your internet access is restored) and continue from where you left off.
If you need to pause your exam, ensure you click ‘Save and finish later’. Do not leave the exam active otherwise the timer will continue to count down and you will have less time to complete your exam when you resume it (or it might time out altogether).
- When you are ready to begin your exam, click ‘Start Test’ below.