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How Correspondence Studies works
Correspondence Studies is self-directed study. You can register at anytime; enrolment happens throughout the year. Courses are not taught.
Review our courses and take our quiz Is Online Learning for you? to understand what is involved with courses as self-directed study. Please contact us prior to enrolling if you have any questions.
Once you have registered, you will be sent an welcome email with all the information you will need, including a link to the digital version of the manual, which outlines lessons, assignments and course marker information.
If you are planning to finish your course to graduate in June please click here for important dates to follow.
Once you have completed all of your assignments with a of minimum mark of 50%, your course marker will send you an exam application. Click here for more information about writing your final examination.

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Graduating in June Deadlines

Important deadlines if you are planning on graduating in June

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Quick Start Guide for Successful Online Learners

Steps to help you achieve success on being a good online student

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Course development Opportunity:

Nova Scotia Virtual School is posting this opportunity for Core French 10 Course Development until June 15, 2018 at 4 pm. Please send responses to

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Click here to apply for these positions (pdf) (word).

(June 12, 2018)