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Started by tamannabiva, Apr 08, 2023, 04:00 AM

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Examination Policies

Examination policies for students can vary depending on the educational institution, level of education, and location. However, some common examination policies include:

Attendance: Students are expected to attend all examinations as scheduled by the institution.

Exam rules and regulations: Institutions may have specific rules and regulations that students must follow during exams, such as not bringing any unauthorized materials into the examination hall.

Examination format: The format of the examination (e.g., multiple choice, short answer, essay questions) may be specified in advance, and students must prepare accordingly.

Timing: Exams may have strict start and end times, and students must complete the exam within the allotted time.

Grading: Institutions may have specific grading policies for exams, including the use of rubrics, curving grades, or providing extra credit.

Cheating and plagiarism: Cheating and plagiarism are typically prohibited and can result in disciplinary action, including failing the exam or even being expelled from the institution.

Exam review: Some institutions may allow students to review their exams and discuss their performance with the instructor or teaching assistant.

It is important for students to familiarize themselves with their institution's specific examination policies and to comply with them to ensure a fair and successful academic experience.