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Examination Arrangements
  1. Adverse Weather Arrangement for Examinations
  2. Assessment and Examination Regulations
  3. Examination Timetable (2020/21 Semester 3)
  4. Examination Seating Arrangement (2020/21 Semester 3)
    The seating arrangement will be released at least 3 days before the commencement of examinations.

  5. Precautionary Measures for Examinations during the Outbreak of COVID-19
  6. Supplementary Examination
    Only a student who misses the examination because of hospital confinement due to illness or injury, or other personal emergencies may apply for supplementary examination. He/She should apply to the Registry with supporting evidence such as medical documents within 7 working days after the date of the concerned examination. A prescribed administration fee ($400/course) will be charged. The application is subject to the recommendation of the Programme Examinations Committee and the approval of the Examinations Board.
  7. Cancellation of On-campus Examinations of Certain Courses (2020/21 Semester 3)
    In view of the situation of COVID-19, on-campus examinations of the courses listed below will be cancelled. However, students are required to complete other course assessments assigned by the concerned course instructors.
    School Course ID Course Title
    ARH CHI0002 Fundamentals of the Chinese Language
    ARH CHI1002 Applied Chinese Language
    ARH CHI2003 Putonghua
    ARH ENG1001 Developing English Language Skills
    ARH ENG3006 Advanced English Writing Skills
    ARH GEA1010 Psychology in Everyday Life
    ARH GEA1211 Elementary Logic and Critical Thinking
    ARH GEB1202 Ethics and Law
    ARH GEB1305 China and The World
    ARH GEC1312 Philosophy and Life
    ARH GEC2104 Hong Kong Literature and Film
    ARH GEC3201 Confucian Humanism: Essence of the Classics
    ARH GED1009 Exploring Numbers in Our Daily Life
    ARH GED3402 Major Breakthroughs in Science and Technology
    ARH GEN1304 The Development and Operation of Non-profit Organizations
    NUR NUR1020 Essential Concepts of Chinese Medicine
    NUR NUR1403 Introduction to Health Informatics
    NUR NUR3114 Care of People with Non-communicable Diseases (IV)
    NUR NUR4001 Economics and Management in Health Care
    NUR NUR4007 Care of Vulnerable People

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Kwai Hing Campus
16/F, Tower 2,
Kowloon Commerce Centre,
51 Kwai Cheong Road,
Kwai Chung, Hong Kong
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