Examination Regulation

Examination Regulation

  1. Examinations may be computer based or paper based. The examination modality would always be announced.
  2. On the examination day, students are advised to be at the venue of the examination at least thirty (30) minutes to the start of the examination. Any admission into the examination later than 30 minutes would be at the discretion of the invigilator.
  3. In the case of written examination, all students are required to complete the attendance register.
  4. A student can only leave the examination hall with the permission of the invigilator and accompanied by an invigilator.
  5. Students must display their ID cards during examinations.
  6. Students may be required to be searched before entering the examination hall.
  7. Students are required to bring their own writing materials such as the calculators and other writing materials allowed into the examinations hall.
  8. Students are advised to always read and adhere strictly to instructions on their question paper.
  9. Communication between students is strictly prohibited during examination.
  10. Silence is observed in the examination hall and a candidate indicates he/she needs the attention of an invigilator by raising up the hand.
  11. In case of paper and pencil examination, all rough work must be done on the answer scripts and crossed out neatly thereafter.
  12. Students are advised to answer each question on a new page, write eligibly and avoid writing in faint ink.
  13. Students should endeavour to write their names and matriculation numbers eligibly on their scripts.
  14. Students should submit their answer scripts to the invigilator before leaving the examination hall. No examination material is to be taken outside the hall.
  15. Involvement in examination malpractice attracts invitation to the Examination Malpractice Panel and may subsequently expulsion from the University depending on the gravity of offence.