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Task-related FAQs

General

1) How can I get a deadline extension on my tasks?
2) I was late with my original submission/resubmission. When will I receive the reviewed tasks back from the facilitator?
3) Can the facilitator return my tasks early? I'm (getting married/going on holiday, etc.)
4) How will late task submissions/resubmissions affect my final module status?
5) How many uncleared tasks am I allowed before having to retake a module?
6) Why doesn't CASB post suggested solutions to weekly tasks?


General

1) How can I get a deadline extension on my tasks?
The extension policy is outlined in the CASB Student Resource Guide. An human resources representative from your office must request an extension on your behalf by writing to extensions@casb.com.

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2) I was late with my original submission/resubmission. When will I receive the reviewed tasks back from the facilitator?
Facilitators review tasks submitted after the submission deadline only after they have reviewed the tasks that were submitted before the deadline. Feedback on late submissions could be delayed by up to one week.

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3) Can the facilitator return my tasks early? I'm (getting married/going on holiday, etc.)
If you submit tasks early because of a personal commitment or event (holidays, marriage, etc.), the facilitator will try to review and return your submission early if possible.

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4) How will late task submissions/resubmissions affect my final module status?
There is a submission deadline for each task, and responses that are submitted after that deadline are marked as - uncleared -  and are not reviewed. An overall evaluation of task submissions is considered as part of students'  final module assessment.

Please refer to the Student Resource Guide for a detailed explanation of the CASB policy governing late submissions.

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5) How many uncleared tasks am I allowed before having to retake a module?
There is no set acceptable number of uncleared tasks. CASB reviews the uncleared tasks for each student and considers this as part of the overall module assessment.

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6) Why doesn't CASB post suggested solutions to weekly tasks?
Tasks have many possible outcomes. A student's response is cleared if it reflects one of those outcomes. Posting a "suggested solution" discourages alternatives, and it is impossible to post each possible outcome as the number can be significant.

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