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  • Hi Kate


    It is possible. Courses are generally self-paced meaning you can move as fast, or as slow, as you need. If you plan on moving very quickly through a course it is a good idea to give your tutor a heads up and let them know you'll be submitting assignments and writing exams in an accelerated fashion.



    Mike Sosteric February 19, 2013 - 8:59am

  • Hi there,

    I currently need two upper year credits for sociology at my home school, as they aren't offering many due to a teacher taking a sabtical. I would have four months off from school (summer) and was wondering If was possible to complete two courses at the same time in tha duration, particularly: SOC Women and Work in Canada and SOC Women in Unions, both are third year courses. The reason why I would need to finish the courses in duration between May 1st-September 1st, is because otherwise I would need to apply for a course overload. 


    Any help would be great, thank you.

    -Kate Potter

    - Kate Potter

    an unauthenticated user of the Landing February 13, 2013 - 5:52pm

  • The TME is "Tutor Marked Exercise" form. that's just an administrative thing. You submit it with your assignment, and instructor marks and resubmits. Unfortunately, it is a bit of an anachronism now since most of the stuff is done online, or by exchanging electronic documents, and comments are generally added directly into the documents. In any case, it is just a form you fill out that attaches to your assignment.


    hope this helps



    Mike Sosteric March 20, 2012 - 8:50am

  • Hi there,

    I am looking at possibly enrolling in SOC 316 (Sociology of Familieis). In the course syllabus, it makes refernce to grades based on a category called "TME". I'm not sure what this is. Any help is appreciated.


    Dave Linklater.

    - David Linklater

    an unauthenticated user of the Landing March 19, 2012 - 5:13pm