Entrance Exams for Term I of Academic Year 2012-13

Entrance Exams for Term I of Academic Year 2012-13
Song Sophoat (Deputy Director, AFD)

On October 19, 2012, nine officials from the Higher Education Department of the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport (MoEYS) visited UC to oversee the Entrance Exams.
Prior to the exam, proctors discussed the exam announcements, rules, and regulations, programs, and the list of students with the Office of Student Academic Affairs. They divided responsibility among members and assigned them specific tasks within each examination room. All of the necessary preparations were made to ensure that the entrance exams would be smooth and successful.


The candidates arrived on time and sat in their pre-assigned seats. Prior to the start of the exam, the invigilators checked and opened the exam-paper packages in front of the committee members and the students to demonstrate transparency and accountability. The candidates then did their exams quietly, in accordance with the standards set by UC and supported by MoEYS. Furthermore, all committee members worked diligently to complete their tasks and carefully monitored the examination process, again in accordance with UC standards.


A total of 302 candidates sat for the exam, 141 of them female: there were two male absentees. Amongst the prospective FY students, the most popular of the 17 different majors applied for were English Literature, International Relations, Business Management, Economics, Finance and Hospitality and Tourism Management.


After a successful examination process, the Exam Committee at UC had 25 days to mark the test papers and prepare a short report on the results for submission to the Higher Education Department of the Ministry. This was duly approved thereafter. 

 

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