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Candidates with Special Needs

A candidate with special needs who may need extra time to complete the examination must apply in writing to the University Registrar upon registration for a programme of studies. Documentation of the special needs should be submitted along with the application. Upon approval, the student will be granted an additional fifteen minutes (15) for each hour of the stated examination time. Students who are blind or visually impaired and use a Braille writer or a scribe will be provided with a separate examination setting.

If a student has an illness that will affect his / her performance in the examination and the student elects to write the examination regardless of the situation, grade obtained on the written examination will be the official examination result.

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS
Examination Room Guidelines
  • Examination rooms are to be kept closed prior to the beginning of the examination.

  • Invigilators MUST be present in the examination room AT LEAST 30 minutes prior to the start of the examination to carry out their pre-examination duties (outlined in the Invigilator's Guide).

  • Candidates MUST be seated in the examination room AT LEAST 15 minutes prior to the start of the examination, and may be admitted NO LATER than half-an-hour after the start of the examination. Students who arrive late (within 30 minutes of the start of the examination) will NOT be afforded extra time to complete their examination.

  • Students are required to equip themselves with their own implements such as pens, pencils, erasers, liquid paper, rulers, calculators (if required for exam use, quiet keys, cordless, non-programmable).BORROWING WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.

  • Books, papers, written / printed documents / diagrams / pictures, pencil cases, unauthorized equipment, cellular phones or pagers, handbags are NOT to be taken into the examination room, but must be placed in an area designated for this purpose. Failure to comply with this regulation will be regarded as an attempt to cheat.

  • The University College will not be responsible for any personal belongings lost or misplaced at the examination venue. Bring only necessary items to the examination venue. Read More