examination - ASSESSMENT
Assessment is by mixture of Exams and Assignments for each course. Performance Requirement
designed to measure student's understanding of the materials, and to test
the application of the principles learned to real-life situations. Our
Course Learning Guides
information on course learning topics, reading
project-case analysis, library
research, problem solving,
discussions with assigned instructors
Courses offer by the university are being delivered through a Learning Module
via Print or Online detailing the learning Course description, objectives,
curriculum, and reading assignments. Lesson exams and a final examination are
included with each course of study. Additionally, article reviews of current
issues and written comprehensive exams are also included. The Comprehensive
Written Examinations are comprised of one or more of the following elements:
Essays, Problems, Article
Reviews, Projects and/or Case Studies.
Student to attempt ALL Performance Requirements Assignments by providing
comprehensive answers to the questions using logical arguments and factual
Thoroughness, logic, strategy and appropriate use of course concepts are
expected in your answer.
Wherever necessary, include tables, graphs and diagrams in the answers.
Test / Assignment Questions:
are asked to write responses to assigned questions from assigned reading and
reliable materials. This is an opportunity for students to engage the
material and consider how concepts might be applied in real-world
situations. All responses must be in students’ own words and should be
thoroughly comprehensive and insightful with appropriate factual examples
Guidelines for Written Assignments:
you submit written work, please prepare it in Word-Processor using a
format/style consistent with professional business practice. All written
assignments must use APA standards; visit www.apastyle.org for some examples
of proper APA citations, and The Publication Manual of the American
request the possibility of challenging a course through the completion of a
Challenge Exam in the lower division courses (1000 -2000) at the undergraduate
level. During the Admissions Process, it may be determined that based on
the applicant’s work or professional experience he/she may challenge a course in
the lower undergraduate level.
The Registrar and Academic Offices will provide
the student the opportunity to successfully complete a Challenge Exam.
Examinations are allowed for lower level undergraduate courses only.
of 15 credits can be awarded for successful completion of Challenge Examinations;
Exam must be
to achieve the passing grade will result in the student receiving a Learning
Module for the course. Challenge Examination will be based on the same textbook
as the Learning Module.
To ensure the security of course-examination and the
integrity of matriculated student, RCM requires distance learning students
to complete Final Examinations under the supervision of an Approved Proctor
administered the exam within the student's territory.
A Proctor is a respected and impartial individual
that will monitor
and ensure that the student
taking and completing the exams without any outside
permitted to utilize any notes, Learning Modules, calculators, or other
materials during the completion of Final Exams.
will nominate and
assigned a Proctor
Student can nominate a Proctor who is residing within
his/her area of location. If
a designated Examination Proctor or Centre in
territory, the student will contact the person
centre to arrange the schedule of the examination.
Religion Leaders, Librarian, Education Officers, Counsellor,
Departmental Leaders in organizations
not be a relative or spouse).
Student may use
materials during the completion of Final Exams.
Examiners will award appropriate course grades when student
performed the tasks and objectives
Discuss, List, Critique, Describe, Defined, Analyse, Propose, Summarize,
is expected to
answer the questions with
and familiar cases.
Students are to maintain good academic grades
remain on the
assignment, RCM Instructors and
Examiners will assess the course-work
record appropriate grade;
official grade result will be at
send to student. Provided appropriate Tuition Fees
has been paid, the
Student Services Office
send the next
course packs including
to the student. These steps are repeated until the required number of
courses for the program has been satisfactorily completed.
Repeat Examination (Re-Assessment)
Failing a course will automatically require the student to retake the
course-exam. Reassessments include resit examinations and re-submission of
project or coursework. If a student is required to be reassessed,
according to report from the Faculty, the student will be automatically
registered for the reassessment course(s). You will be liable for a
reassessment fee per course and this fee will be applied to your RCM Student
finance account. You will receive an email informing you of the amount
due, which you must pay before you will be able to enrol in further courses or
current fee and charges.
student must satisfactorily complete all required courses in the program of
study. All academic and financial obligations to RCM
must be fulfilled before the award of Transcript and Diploma. The Administration Office will send a letter of
“Program Completion” to the student; the graduating student will filled out
"Intent-to-Graduate" form and
it to RCM University
for transcript and diploma preparation.