Quality Assessment is a central element in the overall quality of teaching and learning in higher education and this college is no exception. The quality of the assessment to us is more important than the quantity. The learners are the owners of the assessment system because we encourage students to engage with the curriculum expectations thereby allowing them to take control over what they need to learn, appreciating what they actually have learnt, assists them in becoming more autonomous and independent learners and therefore see the need to be appropriately assessed without resorting to surface approach. Our ultimate resolution is to determine their readiness to proceed to the next level of study, judge their ?fitness to practice? and ultimately protect and guarantee academic standards. Therefore, our assessment sets clear expectations, establishes a reasonable workload (one that does not push students into rote reproductive approaches to study), and provides opportunities for students to self-monitor, rehearse, practice and receive feedback.

The ideas and strategies in the Luban college grading systems enable student achievement to be recognized formally and communicated meaningfully beyond the institution while maintaining an atmosphere in which a spirit of inquiry, personal challenge, and commitment to excellence can flourish.

The college uses the letter grading system. Letters A, B, C, and D (with pluses and minuses) indicate passing grades; E indicates no pass; F indicates failing. Units earned/allowed are awarded for grades of A, B, C, and D, Grade points are assigned for each unit of course work undertaken as follows:

Percentage

Letter Grades

Grading points

80?100

A

5*, 5**

60?79

B

5.0?4.0

50?59

C

4.0?3.0

40?49

D

3.0?2.0

30?39

E

2.0?1.0

0?29

F

1.0?0.0

A student must complete at least 30 Credit hours for Diploma and earn at least a 3.00 grade-point average to graduate inclusive of a research report.

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