The college keeps records of internal tests and mock examinations conducted by lectures for all courses we run. The Academic Affairs officer supervises the collection and recording of all such record in the examination records book. These tests mocks results are used to advise students on a one to one basis of their readiness to present themselves for the final examination at each stage of the studies. The Examinations Committee uses these data to evaluate the relationship between internal performances and students’ performances in the final examination.

This has been an important tool available to the Academic Affairs for appraising lectures. Students’ records for class attendance, examination and test participations are used as tools to evaluate students’ performance. Information from these records is used to advise prospective candidates to enter fully or partly for examinations or postpone entry to examination.