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Regulations & Procedures Related to Examinations

For Form 1 to Form 6 there are two examinations: the First Term  Examination and the Second Term Examination.

  1. The School, by and large, adopts the Examination Procedures of the HKEAA Examinations.
  2. Students should proceed immediately to the Examination Centre 10 minutes before the time set for the examination.
  3. Students may not leave the Hall during the first 30 minutes of the exam or during the last 15 minutes of the examination period or as per the Chief Invigilator’s instruction. At the end of the examination, students are to remain seated until given directions to leave.
  4. No student is allowed to leave early in Multiple-Choice examinations, in Listening papers, or in papers of duration not more than 90 minutes.
  5. Students must bring their own stationery and calculators. Students are not allowed to borrow any item from other students once the exam is underway.
  6. Students may bring a bag into the examination room and use it to hold their notes, books, etc. However, it must be small enough to fit under the candidate’s chair and it must be zipped up before the examination begins. If unauthorized articles such as note books, dictionaries, rough work sheets, electronic devices etc. are visible to invigilators or found on student’s body once an examination is under way, the invigilator is required to report to the Chief Invigilator so that appropriate action may be taken. Pencil boxes or pencil cases must be placed inside the bag or left under the candidate’s chair.
  7. Students are given different Examination Numbers for different Examinations. Each is to remember his number and write down only this number, and not his name, on the cover of the answer book and answer sheet.
  8. In any examination requiring mathematical calculations, students may use calculators provided that they are approved by the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority.
  9. Students must not commence writing the paper until they have been instructed to do so by the Chief Invigilator and they must stop writing/working immediately when they are instructed to do so at the end of the examination. Failure to comply with either of these instructions may cause a student to lose marks for the paper.
  10. Students may receive mark penalty in the examinations if they
    a) disobey the instruction on question and/or answer paper
    b) disobey the early leave instruction
    c) do not write their examination numbers correctly on the answer sheets and answer books
    d) disobey school regulations
    e) possess data storage devices e.g. iPad, tablet, data storage watch or other unauthorizedmaterials, even there is no evidence of cheating.
  11. Students must switch off their mobile phone / electronic device which can emit sound, and place it / them under the chair, in a position visible to invigilators. Students may be disqualified if their mobile phone / electronic device which can emit sound are not in “OFF” mode.
  12. Early leavers from the Hall/Classrooms must stay away from the entrance and/or corridor and refrain from disturbing those who are still doing their examination.
  13. Student uniform must be worn in an examination. Students without school uniform will not be allowed to sit for a paper.

Note: Whenever the School is closed due to unforeseen circumstances, the examination schedule of that day will be rescheduled to a future day.

Regulations & Procedures Related to Examinations

For Form 1 to Form 6 there are two examinations: the First Term  Examination and the Second Term Examination.

  1. The School, by and large, adopts the Examination Procedures of the HKEAA Examinations.
  2. Students should proceed immediately to the Examination Centre 10 minutes before the time set for the examination.
  3. Students may not leave the Hall during the first 30 minutes of the exam or during the last 15 minutes of the examination period or as per the Chief Invigilator’s instruction. At the end of the examination, students are to remain seated until given directions to leave.
  4. No student is allowed to leave early in Multiple-Choice examinations, in Listening papers, or in papers of duration not more than 90 minutes.
  5. Students must bring their own stationery and calculators. Students are not allowed to borrow any item from other students once the exam is underway.
  6. Students may bring a bag into the examination room and use it to hold their notes, books, etc. However, it must be small enough to fit under the candidate’s chair and it must be zipped up before the examination begins. If unauthorized articles such as note books, dictionaries, rough work sheets, electronic devices etc. are visible to invigilators or found on student’s body once an examination is under way, the invigilator is required to report to the Chief Invigilator so that appropriate action may be taken. Pencil boxes or pencil cases must be placed inside the bag or left under the candidate’s chair.
  7. Students are given different Examination Numbers for different Examinations. Each is to remember his number and write down only this number, and not his name, on the cover of the answer book and answer sheet.
  8. In any examination requiring mathematical calculations, students may use calculators provided that they are approved by the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority.
  9. Students must not commence writing the paper until they have been instructed to do so by the Chief Invigilator and they must stop writing/working immediately when they are instructed to do so at the end of the examination. Failure to comply with either of these instructions may cause a student to lose marks for the paper.
  10. Students may receive mark penalty in the examinations if they
    a) disobey the instruction on question and/or answer paper
    b) disobey the early leave instruction
    c) do not write their examination numbers correctly on the answer sheets and answer books
    d) disobey school regulations
    e) possess data storage devices e.g. iPad, tablet, data storage watch or other unauthorizedmaterials, even there is no evidence of cheating.
  11. Students must switch off their mobile phone / electronic device which can emit sound, and place it / them under the chair, in a position visible to invigilators. Students may be disqualified if their mobile phone / electronic device which can emit sound are not in “OFF” mode.
  12. Early leavers from the Hall/Classrooms must stay away from the entrance and/or corridor and refrain from disturbing those who are still doing their examination.
  13. Student uniform must be worn in an examination. Students without school uniform will not be allowed to sit for a paper.

Note: Whenever the School is closed due to unforeseen circumstances, the examination schedule of that day will be rescheduled to a future day.

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