Every registered student shall be expected to take examinations after completion of paying the semester fees. Unless approved by the Senate, all courses shall be examined at the end of the semester in which they are taken.No student shall be eligible to register for a College Examination unless he or she has :
Faculties and Departments shall determine and administer common, core, and elective courses.
There are three types of Examinations:
1. Regular Examinations: Administered at the end of the semester of which the units are taken
2. Supplementary Examinations: are specially set for a student if a student has FAILED an exam. The exam should be re-sat three/four weeks after the release of examination results
3. Special Examinations: are specially set for a student at the Discretion of the Faculty Dean if a student has missed to take exams due to:
NOTE: Not because of failure to pay fees
The Office of the Registrar through the Examinations office shall issue exam cards to each candidate registered for the College Examinations.
All exams will be done between:
Other exam rules will be provided for during the exam days.
No student should bring to the exam room a mobile phone or any other electronic equipment apart from a calculator where necessary.