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- Testing and exams are a part of the overall evaluation system employed by the College. Tests and exams should be constructed to determine that:
- Clear communication between the student and instructor has taken place;
- Students are ready to progress to the next level;
- Students do not need additional review prior to moving forward in the program; and
- Students can assess their degree of mastery of the subject being taught.
- Exams or evaluations will be scheduled in all courses taught at the College. These exams or other evaluation procedures will be used to:
- Determine if competencies or objectives for the course have been met;
- Provide reinforcement in the learning process; and
- Provide feedback for the instructor and serve as an aid in upgrading teaching techniques and materials.
- A copy of exams or evaluations used are to be on file in each instructor's office for a period of at least one month following the semester in which the exam was given.