Students Exam Reagulation

  1. Before the Examination Week
  2. The examination timetable is to be posted to the related notice board beforehand.
  3. The Examination Committee will announce the seating order at the notice boards (if arranged for certain examinations).
  4. Students who have clashes in the timetables are strongly advised to contact the Examination Committee Secretary immediately as they have the sole responsibility for the issue.
  5. Students with attendance, disciplinary, and/or financial issues will not be allowed to sit for the examinations.
  6. Students are advised to pay attention to the following as they may not be admitted to the examinations:
    1. Student with no NUN ID Card.
    2. Studentwhose name is not in the examination list.
  7. Just Before the Examination Starts
  8. The candidates have the responsibility of removing implicating materials found around the examination hall including cell phones, computers of any kind, papers, bags, books, handouts, and any foreign materials.
  9. Candidates are required to provide for themselves any necessary examination materials as no exchange of lending or borrowing of any item is permissible during examination.
  10. Students are required to display their ID Cards as the invigilators will be checking their identities.
  11. The students are advised to arrive at the examination hall 15 minutes prior to the start time to enable them properly identify themselves and take the proper sitting order.
  12. Students are normally not allowed to take breaks during the examination. Students are advised to contact the Chief Invigilator if there is an emergency issue to obtain permission for taking a short break during the exam.
  13. During the Examination
  14. A candidate will normally not be allowed to enter the examination hall 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination except for valid excuses approved by the Chief Invigilator,provided no student has left the examination hall, but with no extra time allowed.
  15. A candidate will not be allowed to leave the examination hall 30 minutes after the start of the exam. No candidate will leave the examination hall during the last 10 minutes. These times are subject to change under exceptional circumstances approved by the Chief Invigilator.
  16. Students are advised to
    1. carry their ID Cards at all times.
    2. proofread their answers if there is still time left.
    3. not to fold the answer booklet.
  17. Disciplinary actions:
    1. Silence is expected from the students at all times. Any distraction or disturbance in the exam room will not be tolerated.
    2. Students, however, will review the questions at the beginning of the examination and communicate with the invigilator for technical reasons.
    3. Candidates shall comply with all the instructions on allotted time for commencement and stoppage of the examination.
    4. Any student who attempts to manipulate internal or external examiners in any fashion will face disciplinary action.
    5. Any breach of the examination regulations by any student will be brought to the Examination Committee for action. Details have been provided below:
  18. Regulations on Examination Malpractice and Sanctions

An examination malpractice is an irregularity on infringement of examination regulations. This includes, but is not limited to, cheating, bringing in foreign materials, causing any form of disturbance, rudeness, and disobedience to invigilators. The following procedures will be adopted for reporting of an examination malpractice:

  1. The student will write his / her examination number and other information required on the Examination Malpractice Form to be provided by the invigilator.
  2. The invigilator submits his / her written report along with the evidence to the Faculty Examination Committee within 24 hours. The Committee will then submit a report along with the findings to the Committee for Student Discipline and Welfare.
  1. After the Examination
  2. Students need to make sure they have signed the exam attendance list.
  3. Any student who is absent from any course examination without a valid excuse will fail the course.
  4. Students who believe they have a valid reason can write a letter to the Head of Department for anexcuseexam with all the relevant supporting documents attached. The Head of Department will bring the issue up at the Faculty Board for decision.