One way of ensuring that you gain the most marks in an exam is to read the question VERY carefully. In many tertiary institutions testing has matured and exams must be moderated so that they are more candidate-friendly. Gone are the days when an examiner could put the following on an exam paper:
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Students are often heard to say : “I don’t know what the tutor wants!” In an institution like the BCC, where there is a wide variety of courses, this may very well sum up how you feel about your courses and the coming exams.
Exams in Law are different from those in Literature which are different from those in Mathematics and Economics. So, the first problem in preparing for exams, is getting some sense of the kind of questions that are asked and the answers expected in different courses. This can be obtained in several ways:
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The MSA has announced that it will be assisting first year students in preparing for this semester’s exams scheduled to start in the first week of December.
This assistance comes in the form of peer tutoring where fellow students like yourself will offer tuition help for the subjects of this semester’s exams.
Second year students Rasheed Bryan ( MSA Marketing Officer) and Jamisha Ifill ( MSA member) are the first to volunteer as peer tutors. If you are an MSA member and think you can help your fellow students, please let us know at the MSA.
To make use of this fantastic opportunity, contact the President at 825-6531 or email: email@example.com
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