Rules and Regulations of the Examination
1 Students are advised to be in possession of their own item as borrowing/ lending whilst examinations are in progress will not be allowed.
2 No student shall be allowed to borrow from or lend any of the materials listed above to his neighbour during an examination, and there should be no jottings on any of them.
No programmable calculator shall be allowed, and where an examination condition forbids the use of calculator, no calculator shall be allowed into such Examination Hall.
A student arriving at the examination hall 30 minutes after the commencement of a paper may not be permitted to sit for that paper.
A student for a written examination shall not be allowed to take handbag/ purse wallet and any paper into the examination hall, except his college identity card.
All rough work should be done on the College Answer Booklet provided for the examination but should be neatly and legibly cancelled. The workings must therefore be on paper provided for the examination by the College.
No student shall bring into the examination hall any working aid like printators or gadgets for visual display, models, sketches or formulae whether relevant or not relevant.
No rough work should be done on the question paper, on the desk, palm or any other part of the body.
All forms of “ co-operation” between students (e.g conversation, exchange of papers, writing and drawing aids, calculators, erasers) and all forms of communication in the examination hall are regarded as misconduct
Students can visit the toilet only one at a time during an examination and strictly under escort.
Students must submit their answer scripts by hand to the invigilator and sign an attendance sheet that they sat for examination and submitted their answer scripts.
A student may submit his answer script any time not earlier than one hour from the commencement of writing an examination if he so wishes but must leave the examination hall immediately. Such student should leave his question paper with the invigilator, and may collect the question paper from the invigilator at the end of the examination. On no account should such a student be allowed back into the examination hall.
Special Examination Where an examination is considered special (e.g. open book examination, oral examination, practical work, laboratory test, surveying, field work, open air art work, drawing, etc.) students must comply with the examiner’s instructions as to the number, nature, type of books and instruments or papers or work aids that will be required so as to conduct the examination under ideal conditions.
Any students in ill-health who requires any form of special attention or supervision or who feels that his health may affect his work in the examination hall should notify and submit a report signed by a Medical Practitioner to his Director of School prior to the examination date.
Medical report from any student brought from the examination hall for ill- health or who was seen during the examination period by any college medical personnel for treatment, but could not continue or finish the examination because of this ill-health, would only be honoured if it comes direct from his Director of School.
Physical attack or threat of injury on an invigilator, examiner, examination officer or assistance before during or after an examination.
Destruction, mutilation, swallowing or concealment of an exhibit or evidence or in any way obstructing the course of an investigating committee. Procuring another student or other accomplice to aid and abet in any manner the breach of these rules and regulations.
The categories of misconduct herein enumerated are not exhaustive and may include such acts which the College may regard as a breach of these rules and regulations.
Any student having an unusual or abnormal problem in connection with his examination or with the examination result and wishes to complain, may ut his complaint forward to the Rector in writing and copy the Director of School and the College Examination Committee.
The categories of misconduct herein enumerated are not exhaustive and may include such other acts which the College may regard as a breach of these rules and regulations.