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 LGES ACADEMIC CALENDAR
APSACS WARM REGION

ACADEMIC YEAR 40 WKS APPROX
FIRST TERM 20 WKS APPROX
SECOND TERM 20 WKS APPROX

EACH TERM IS DIVIDED INTO TWO BIMONTHLIES

1st Bimonthly  
2nd Bimonthly                         FIRST TERM 
3rd Bimonthly  
4th Bimonthly              SECOND TERM

ASSESSMENT IS DIVIDED INTO TWO DISTINCT AREAS

  • Continuous Assessments
  • Examinations.


CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENTS:

  • CLASS WORKS
  • ORAL WORK/PROJECT
  • ASSESSMENT TESTS


EXAMINATIONS:

  • CENTRALIZED EXAMINATIONS (IV-VIII):

    • FIRST TERM EXAMINATIONS           Dates indicated in the
    • SECOND TERM EXAMINATIONS      Academic Calendar of APSACS

  • CENTRALIZED EXAMINATION IX-X

    • FIRST TERM EXAMINATIONS           Dates indicated in the
    • PRE-BOARDS      Academic Calendar of APSACS




 ASSESSMENT & EXAMNATIONS


Assessment and Examination are an important integral part of our curriculum. The aim of our system of evaluation is to gauge the academic achievements of the students as objectively as possible, exposing their strengths and eradicating their weaknesses. Assessments is a continuous process and not jump from one paper pencil examination to another. We follow the assessment & examination system that is trigged by APSACS Sectt, which :

  • Focus on comprehension levels of the students rather than on memorizing and reproduction.

  • Help the teacher in taking the learning process forward by giving clear targets to the students and receiving a correct feedback.

  • Encourage free expression of ideas without fear or hesitation.

  • Is regularly monitored and involve the teacher, student and parents.

  • Is structured in such a way that and unbiased evaluation of the student’s performance can be made.

  • During preparing a lesson plan, focuses or how the assessment for that particular topic will be planned.

  • Are focused to the area that is of importance to the assessment procedure.

  • Is used to gauge the comprehension levels of the students and take steps to resolve problem areas.

  • Is used as a diagnostic tool to discover.

    • Deficiencies in student leaning.
    • Deficiencies in training techniques.
    • Evaluation of syllabi.
    • Evaluation of the system.

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