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What is the Sceptic's Tarot?

  • The Sceptic's Tarot is about using Tarot cards for ideas, brainstorming, problem solving, decision-making, planning, goal-setting, motivation, self-exploration, creative activities, counselling, relaxation and more.

    There is nothing mystical, esoteric or supernatural involved.

    The cards are usually associated with divination. They do not have to be. The Sceptic's Tarot offers a different take on how Tarot cards can be used.

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08 September 2008

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Natasja

I am in total agreement with most of the requirements, but cannot help but wonder if it will be possible for students to take legal action against a university if they are not placed as it is a statutory requirement.

Regarding our own unique situation as a ODL university:
How will I truely know if students are adequately prepared?
How do I know that the regional offices are visiting students or for that matter truely involved?

Just some point to ponder!

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