Career Dreams Centre adopted the following policies on the administration of its examinations. These policies represent an understanding between the college and student concerning an important but often stressful period, especially at the conclusion of each academic semester. The student should anticipate the demands of the exam schedule, plan accordingly and early, and be prepared. In order to help students plan their time and study optimally for examinations. The final examination dates are set in advance and published in the academic calendar. General Points:
- The final examination is considered as the final assessment of a student's performance in the registered course.
- The final examination (summative assessment) will count 50% towards the final grade.
- The course work and continuous assessments throughout the course will count 30% towards the final grade.
- The industrial attachment will count 20% towards the final grade.
- Student who did not achieve 50% passing mark on the course work and continuous assessment during the course will not be qualified to sit the final examination.
- Students must pay the examination fee prior to the examination; otherwise, they are not qualified to sit the final examination.
- Depending on the type of course, the final examination may also constitute of a practical examination of skills and knowledge.
- Depending on the type of course, the final examination may also constitute of the performance during an industrial attachment or field assignment.
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