Here’s What You Should Know About UG Course Tests

Students writing in classroom

Remember back in high school when class tests were these strange things you had to write once, twice or 3 times a term!?? (shoutouts to my maths teacher). And they made up about 30 or 20 percent of your grade then assignments, group work and attendance would take up the rest?

Well, something similar happens here in the university too. Trust us, every grade counts.
Now strictly depending on the course, your grades or credit hours may be split into many parts. It could be divided into assignments, attendance, group work, exams and what we’ll be focusing on today.. Course tests, commonly known on campus as I.As.

Many UG students actually don’t know what the term; “I.A” means (maybe even you too) well, its an abbreviation for “Interim Assessment”; there you have it.

These are micro-exams a student has to write in the middle of every semester. It usually makes up 30 percent of the course you’re offering (strictly depending on the course at hand), and are just as important as exams.
Down to the minor details. And trust us, You don’t want to be on the wrong side of the law at any given time.
Anyway, we would leave you with some essential facts to know about writing an IA.
Know your venue and time beforehand! You don’t want to get stranded on the day of the paper.
Get to the venue at least 30 minutes before time. Gives you the leisure to locate your seat (it can be really stressful finding your ID written on the tables) and get settled before it commences.
Make sure you have any needed material on you before time. Borrowing would not be allowed.
And last and most important
Don’t forget your ID card!!!! You don’t want to know what happens if you don’t.

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Now, all the best in all of your IAs.



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