Bridge House College is the best Sixth Form Institution in Nigeria. The College started operations in December 2004 and since its inception has been preparing students for both the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) programme and the University Foundation Programme (UFP). The College offers a variety of subject combinations in Science, Social science and Arts to address students’ choices of career pursuits in various Universities across the world.
At Bridge House College, students’ assessments are accorded top priority in the course of learning and teaching. High standard Assessment has therefore been set as one of the major targets to be achieved regularly in the academic department of the College.
Students are engaged with summative Assessments every term in the college including Gateway Examinations for new advanced subsidiary (AS) Level students, Mock Examinations for both the Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level (A2 & Accelerated) students, May /June CAIE Examinations for both AS and A2 students and the UFP termly Examinations(Winter term, Spring term and Summer term Examinations).
Sixth Form Students are also prepared for the scholastic aptitude tests(SAT 1 & 2), International English testing service(IELTS) and other specialized Examinations for some courses such as Medicine & Law organised by specific universities that the students apply to for studies. All these are in addition to monthly Continuous Assessment (CATs) tests organised internally in the college. These tests are cumulative for the UFP students only, meaning that they form part of the final Examination marks each term, hence the need for the students to be serious with them and prepare very well for them (Note: CATs=30 marks, Examinations-70 marks for each term).
There are many Assessments (Formative & Summative) both internally and externally that students are exposed to at Bridge House College. As students desire to perform excellently at these examinations, the College has taken it as a responsibility to ensure students’ success in this regard through high-quality learning and teaching, using modern educational technologies and seasoned, self-motivated and committed teachers.
Examinations generally can be very stressful, but being prepared can help manage stress and allow students to perform at their best. This, therefore, stresses the need for preparedness for Examinations.
At the College, there are lots of techniques students can make use of to make sure they get the best out of their Examination studies. The recommended techniques include:
- Having enough time to study.
- Using flow charts and diagrams as learning aids.
- Practising with past questions.
- Peer-Peer learning and teaching.
- Organising study groups with friends.
- Take regular breaks.-to rest, participate in sporting activities and other non-curricular activities.
- Planning the day of Examinations.
- Using recommended materials for studies (especially, books).
- Taking down notes, salient points in a jotter, especially during private studies and referring to them regularly.
- Participating actively in one-on-one tutorials with teachers.
- Doing and submitting Assignments on time
- Taking only the required and approved Examination materials to the Examination venue.
- Reporting at the Examination venue at least 10 minutes earlier than the scheduled time.
- Complying with all Examination rules and regulations.
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