ARV Canada College is equipped with a CCTV camera to monitor the activities of students. The classrooms and the campus are covered under security surveillance system to record the activities on campus. This is done for enhancing the security measures, as well as ensuring a smooth operation on campus. The exam rooms are also monitored through the CCTV Cameras so as to make the exam process transparent. At College, we conduct semester tests at the end of program session and grades are awarded to students as per their performance in the semester examinations.
We advise the students to study not only for examinations but also to practice on an ongoing basis for any branch lesson. We feel successful studying is an ongoing process that begins with the very first day of the class. It involves managing time actively and learning effectively from lectures, labs, and texts. It also involves developing a foundation for beginning pre-exam review and preparations.
Assess Progress and Set Goals:
As the first step, we advise students to prepare for a test or exam by considering the worth of the program (i.e., what percentage of your final mark) and what marks you have scored in that particular program so far. This will help you to prioritize and allocate study time effectively and prepare well for the exam.
As a student, you also need to consider your long-term goals (such as Vet School or Teacher’s College) and how they’re connected to your particular program. Is the course is an essential element of your program? What mark would you expect to score? What results will you need for any particular test or exam to achieve that target? What implications will this have for your approach to preparing for this test/ exam?
Review Material Regularly
Reviewing regularly allows the brain to consolidate and integrate information so that cramming should not be necessary! By reviewing the materials regularly, you can use your time in a more systematic manner while preparing for your examination. This can also help you in using your pre-exam study time to review rather than relearn (or learn) course contents.
- Daily Review: Make sure to edit your class-notes as soon as possible after class to fill in the gaps. Before starting a class, review notes quickly to summarize the previously learned lessons.
- Weekly Review: During the weekends, try to review each subject and notes taken during classes, integrated classes, and study materials. Try making summary notes of vital concepts and important information. Review through the specific course materials covered in that particular week, and also mark how this information relates to the program module as a whole.
- Major Review: This should begin at least 1-3 weeks before the final text/ exam depending on how much you are thorough on the topics.