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2018-2019 Semester One Exam Information
- The Exam schedule for first semester is here.
- Please see page 2 of the Exam schedule for a detailed explanation of the different types of Exams students will take.
Please review the schedule carefully to ensure that you are here on the correct days for your exams.
Important Notes About Exams:
- Students are expected to take exams at the scheduled times. Students must be present at the beginning of the exam period to take the exam and must remain for the entire exam period to receive credit for the exam. In order to maintain the integrity of all exams, students will not be permitted to check-out early during an exam period.
- All exams, including CTE Post-Assessments, End-Of-Course (EOC) exams, NCFEs, and Teacher-Made exams count for 20% of a student’s final grade.
- If absent from an exam, a student must submit a parent note to the Attendance Office upon return to school. The student is responsible for working with the teacher to schedule the make-up exam for a teacher-made exam. For a state exam (a CTE post assessment, NCFE, or an EOC), the assessment coordinator for state exams will schedule the make-up state exam.
- Students who do not have a scheduled exam DO NOT report to school on January 11th through January 17th. Thursday, January 17th is a Make-up exam day—only students who miss an exam must report to campus this day to make-up any missed exams. Students who remain on campus after an exam or make-up exam concludes, must remain in the designated quiet study hall supervised areas and follow the schedule provided on those days.
- According to North Carolina testing policy, students are not allowed to bring electronic devices (other than approved calculators) into the testing room at any time during state testing, including breaks. Any student with a cell phone/ electronic device during the testing period may be dismissed from testing, and a misadministration may be declared for that student. A student who has been dismissed for a violation of the electronic device policy must take the missed EOC exam on a make-up day. Per Wake County School Board Policy 3225, the student is subject to disciplinary action by school administration.
- Buses will run on a regular schedule during exams.
- Under no circumstance can students be on other school campuses on exam days.