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Post by kelvin yeoh on Fri Jul 09, 2010 4:54 pm

Do not panic! Very Happy

1) Extra classes are estimated to be opened on the 12th July

2) IF all the extra class provided is also full, you are recommend to do an override (note:it is not guaranteed! therefore, you are advice to register as soon as possible)
  • Overrides can be done by enquiring permission from the course coordinator/director though email

For more information, visit http://www.unisa.edu.au/enrolonline/step5/override.asp

Do contact our Support Officer if you do have any difficulty or need assistance of any sort at +61 430 830 005 or kelvin.yeoh@unisa.edu.au
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Post by Laick001 on Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:23 pm

Well, I'm a last year and semester student, and I've tried overriding one of my class, filling up the detailed online form, but the reply I got was that I can only enroll externally, and wait for available spaces, which by this time, is unlikely

which, I think defeats the whole purpose of "override", and wasted my time filling up the form, as I had to check the timing back and forth to see if it fits into my timetable (which I might add, took up a whole lot of time). I've also mentioned I'm a final year, and last semester student.

But all I've got back is a generic answer/reply
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Re: Steps to be taken when classes are full

Post by kelvin yeoh on Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:36 pm

I will try my best to see if there is anything to be done and contact you personally about it. Thank you for your feedback.

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Post by Laick001 on Mon Aug 02, 2010 3:14 pm

Update : I have filled both the full class override and time clash override forms, but both were rejected, and the reply to my time clash override form was that I should try the full class override form.

basically its taking me to nowhere, so now I've opted for the lecturers help
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Post by kelvin yeoh on Tue Aug 03, 2010 6:28 am

Laick001 wrote:Update : I have filled both the full class override and time clash override forms, but both were rejected, and the reply to my time clash override form was that I should try the full class override form.

basically its taking me to nowhere, so now I've opted for the lecturers help

Do let me know if the lecturers are able to help you out anyway... Smile

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Re: Steps to be taken when classes are full

Post by Laick001 on Tue Aug 03, 2010 6:57 am

All right sure ! will do !
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Post by lainy001 on Wed Nov 03, 2010 1:03 am

just a question since this coming semester I want to take financial planning as a subject but due to them openning for commerce and other course student first it is already full. so when will they open new classes or should I just email the course cordinator now?
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Re: Steps to be taken when classes are full

Post by kelvin yeoh on Sun Nov 14, 2010 5:09 pm

i'm not sure if someone has answered you or not but most probably what you can do is override now and see what is the result of it. if i'm not mistaken, if they receive a certain amount of override applications, they will start to open new classes. that is what i heard but i wouldnt dare confirm it. Smile good luck
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Post by lainy001 on Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:57 pm

email. the codinator and they open a new class only instead of override. but its settle already thanks.
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Re: Steps to be taken when classes are full

Post by jojo yap on Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:31 am

Hi~

I'm going to transfer to UNISA this coming Feb. I've received the mail to register for the class but when try to register every class showed FULL. So what should I do? Can I know when can I register for the classes?. Very Happy

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Re: Steps to be taken when classes are full

Post by lainy001 on Tue Dec 28, 2010 6:27 am

registration is open long ago. if the classes are full you can try emailing the course cordinator. or try looking at unisa web regarding overide or sumthing cant remember.
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