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System Examination at Delaware University

Examination System

The examination system is based on a evaluation system that tests the logical & conceptual understanding of the students performance on different parameters. Most of the programmes of the University are based on semester system except wherever the University authorities and statutory bodies decide otherwise. The continuous evaluation is both internal and external.

Internal Exam/ Class Test (CT) during Semester

DUS University believes in the comprehensive and continuous evaluation system hence it conducts 3 CTs during each semester viz; First CT (early part of semester), Second CT (middle of the semester) and Third CT (just before final semester Exams) in order to prepare the students for their final exams. However as part of their degree "Best of 3" system is followed for including the marks in their final results. Hence for final marks from CTs, 2 out of 3 best marks are considered for degree.

Final Semester Exam

While the internal evaluation comprises of two internal mid semester examinations, projects, assignments, tutorials and attendance, the end semester examination is fully external for ensuring fair assessment of the students competence. A student is eligible for the award of University degree if he/she has undergone the regular course of studies, completed the project report/dissertation specified in the course curriculum within the stipulated time and have secured the minimum credits and percentage of marks needed for the award of concerned degree as per the University ordinances.

Note

To be eligible to appear in the end semester/annual examination a student should have a minimum of 80-85% attendance in the semester classes

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  • evaluation of all skills: Reading, listening, writing, speaking, plus grammar
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ITEL (International test of English language)

Test content-the test has five separate components presented in the order listed below. Please note that, in each section, examinees will encounter content and questions targeted at varying levels of proficiency.

  • A - reading - 20 minutes
  • Test content-the test has five separate components presented in the order listed below. Please note that, in each section, examinees will encounter content and questions targeted at varying levels of proficiency.

    1- one intermediate-level passage about 250 words in length followed by four written multiple choice question
    2- one college level monograph approximately 450 words long followed by 6 written multiple choice questions

  • B- listening-20 minutes
  • 1- four high beginning to low intermediate level ,short conversational exchanges of two or three sentences, each followed by one multiple choice question.
    2- one to three minutes intermediate level conversational exchange followed by four multiple choice questions.
    3- one to four minutes college level followed by 6 multiple choice questions.

  • C-grammar ?10 minutes
  • Twenty five written multiple choice questions, each of which tests the examinee's familiarity with a key feature of English structure.

  • D-Writing -25 minutes
  • 1- in response to instructions phrased at low intermediate level, examinee is asked to write a short note on a supplied topic (five minutes: 50-75 words).
    2- examinee is presented with a brief college level written topic and is asked to express and support his or her opinion on the topic(20 minutes: 175-225 words).

  • E- Speaking ?minutes
  • 1- Examinee hears and reads a short question phrased at the low intermediate level, examinee has 30 seconds to prepare his or her spoken response and forty five seconds to speak.
    2- examinee hears a brief college level statement presenting two sides of an issue; examinee is then asked to give his or her opinion on the topic(45 seconds to prepare ,60 seconds to speak).

Delivery and Timing Mechanism

Delivery Method

The entire test is delivered via the internet and must be administered in a secure environment at an approved test center .for the ,listening and grammar sections , the examinee clicks on one of four answer choices for each question ,the writing samples are keyboarded directly into a text entry field. The speaking samples are recorded with a headset/microphone at the examinee's computer.

Timing Mechanism

Each section has a fixed time allocated to it .if an examinee completes a section with time left, he/she may advance to the next section.

Summer Session

JCU Summer Session offers courses during the summer for JCU students, qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, and adult learners. Additional programs offered through JCU Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Online Courses, Writers' Conference, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.

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