TESTING CENTER

OFFICIAL PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS REQUIREMENT

Undergraduate Admission Examination Procedures

Qulification for Placement Test

1. Be a high School Graduate or a current 12th grader.
2. Obtain an IB deposit slip from the Finance office.
3. Proceed at the bank and deposit ($20.00USD) as Entrance Exam fee
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4. Return official copy and photo copy of the bank deposit slip at the Finance Office
5. Drop the official bank deposit slip copy at the Finance Office.
6. Print the return date and time on the data processing log at the back of your bank photo copy slip

NOTE: Any student who deposit into the University’s account for Undergraduate Exam and misses his/her data processing date and month forfeits said payment. Therefore, said student may re-register to be reassigned a new date and month for testing.

DATA PROCESSING

Proceed to Test Center Department on the given date and time with the copy of your deposit slip for data processing.

Proceed to Test Center Department on the given date and time with the copy of your deposit slip for data processing.

Testing Procedure

Proceed to the Test Center Lab at the Richardson Adams Learning Resource Center Building (RALRC) on the date and time given on the Exam tag.

AT THE END of Testing, go immediately for results at the Director of Test Center Office opposite the Test Center Lab.

All Successful candidates (Passed Both) are to proceed at the University Counselor Office and later proceed at the Office of Admissions to commence enrollment proceedings.

All Remedial Candidates (AIM Program) are to proceed to the Office of the Executive Director for Teaching and Learning Center.

Key information students need to know on their
Entrance Examination tag and penalty as follow:

A)Test Date ( example of test date, July 17, 2021)

B)Test Time (example of test time, 10:00AM OR 1:00PM)

C)Test Venue ( Richardson Adams Learning Resource Center)

PENALTY:

  1. Delay or absenteeism on the part of the student on Entrance Exam
    day will be counted against the student. Therefore, all students are to arrive One hour (1Hr) or at least thirty minutes (30 Mins) early, prior to the given Test Time on their Exam Day.
  2. Any student who misses his/her test date and time forfeits said payment. Said student may re-register to be reassigned a new date and time.
  3. In case of Missing or Misplaced Exam Tag the candidate must notify the Test Center through text or email immediately at least four hours (4Hrs) prior to the assigned date and time.
    Failure to do so, the candidate forfeits the exam.

0777552559/testcenter@ame.edu.lr

Graduate School Admission Examination Procedures

Requirements

  1. Be a college graduate and obtain a GPA of 2.5 and above.
  2. Obtain a UBA deposit slip from the Finance office.
  3. Proceed at the bank and deposit ($50.00USD) as Entrance Exam fee (UBA).
  4. Make a copy of the bank deposit slip.
  5. Drop only the original bank deposit slip at the finance office
  6. Fill the data processing form provided at the Graduate School Finance Office.
  7. Print your full name on the Entrance Exam data processing & scheduling log at Finance office.
  8. Ensure that a date is written at the back of your copy of the deposit slip.
  9. Candidate are to submit all admissions requirement prior to their entrance exam or after the exam in one week period.
  10. Proceed to Test Center Department on the given date and time on the copy of your deposit slip for data processing.
  11. Ensure an Exam tag is given you that specify the date, time, and venue for testing.
NOTE: Any student who deposits into the University account for Graduate School Admission Exam and misses his/her data processing date and month forfeits said payment. Therefore, said student may re-register to be reassigned a new date and month

Testing Procedure

  1. AT THE END of Testing, candidate will obtain a results through the Director of Test Center Office after one week of their Exam
  2. All Successful candidates and Prerequisite candidates who has submitted their admission requirements will obtain an interview scheduled through a phone call from the Dean of Graduate School office.
  3. All Successful candidates and Prerequisite candidates who has submitted their admission requirements and were interviewed are to proceed to the Office of Admissions to commence enrollment proceedings.

Key information candidates need to know on their Entrance Examination tag and Penalty as follow:

  • A) Test Date ( example of test date, July 17, 2021)
  • B) Test Time (example of test time, 8:00AM OR 12:00 Noon)
  • C) Test Venue ( Richardson Adams Learning Resource Center)

PENALTY:

1. Delay or absenteeism on the part of the student on Entrance Exam day will be counted against the student. Therefore, all students are to arrive One hour (1Hr) or at least thirty minutes (30 Mins) early, prior to the given Test Time on their Exam Day
2. Any student who misses his/her test date and time forfeits said payment. Said student may re-register to be reassigned a new date and time.
3. In case of Missing or Misplaced Exam Tag or emergency the candidate must notify the Test Center through text or email immediately at least four hours (4Hrs) prior to the assigned date and time.
Failure to do so, the candidate forfeits the exam.

0777669310 /testcenter@ame.edu.lr

UNDERGRADUATE

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION

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Planning of Course(s)

REGISTRATION FLOW CHART

1. Student goes to the Departments to plan their courses
2. Student goes to Admissions with planned courses to input and get bill
3. Student obtains signatures from their Department Chair and Dean of College
4. Student gets bank slip from the Finance Office and make payment at bank
5. Student returns to Finance Office to verify payment and obtain official receipt
6. Student goes back to the Admissions Office to complete their registration
7. Student signs the student bond and obtain/update their ID

CHANGE OF SCHEDULE (ADD/DROP)

Students may add/drop a course to their schedule during the scheduled ADD/DROP period, immediately after general registration ends.

Registration Complete

Student will not be able to complete registration until he/she, pays the required fees (arrears and a percentage towards current registration) at the bank specified by Finance and obtained an official school receipt confirming payment from the Finance Office. .

Student must proceed with the signature of the Dean and Chair to the Office of Admissions to obtain “Registration Complete”, which will be stamped and signed by the Dean of Admissions. Student will not be allowed to attend classes without officially being registered (ex: name appearing on class roster/proof of registration complete).

WITHDRAWAL

Official withdrawal application forms may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar and shall be approved in writing by the Dean of the College in which the student is registered. Within thirty days of classes starting, the applicant shall include a statement of the reason for withdrawal.

A student in good standing, who withdraws from the University at the end of a semester without filing an application for withdrawal form, may re-enter the University at the beginning of a next semester from the time of the dropout. When the student remains out of the school for more than one semester, he/she shall apply for re-Admissions, keeping with the regular procedure for re-Admissions to the University.

An automatic withdrawal grade of “W” is issued when a student initiates a withdrawal during the allowable withdrawal period (after the tenth day of classes in a regular session and the fifth day of classes in the vacation term. For any drop after the deadline, “F” grade will be assigned by the instructor, depending upon the students’ standing in the class. If an “F” grade is assigned, it is calculated in the students” GPA.

REPEATED COURSES

A student shall have the prerogative to repeat a course and have only the second grade earned, even if it is lower than the first grade, count in the calculation of the retention/graduation GPA. The last attempt shall be recorded on the students’ transcript.

CUMULATIVE GPA

Cumulative grade point average is calculated by dividing the total number of attempted hours by the total number of grade points. (A-4, B-3, C-2, D-1, F-0). I, and W GPA neutral.

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM

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All courses are numbered with three digits. The first digit indicates the class year (introductory level) of the course in which the subject ordinarily is taken; i.e. 1 – Freshman, 2 sophomore, 3 junior and 4 Senior. The second digit indicates the University unique code sequencing. The third number indicates the sequence to one or more parts of a course that has a prerequisite to it. (e.g. 101 would be the first part of 102).

STUDENT COURSE LOAD

  1. Student earning 1.0 - 1.9 GPA will only be allowed to register maximum 12 credits hours
  2. Student earning 2.0 - 2.7 GPA will only be allowed to register maximum 17 credits hours
  3. Student earning 2.8 - 2.9 GPA will only be allowed to register maximum 19 credits hours
  4. Student earning 3.0 and above GPA will be allowed to register maximum 21 credits hours

CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS STATUS BASED ON TOTAL CREDITS EARNED

  • Freshman student: 0 – 36 credits hours.
  • Sophomore student: 37 – 72 credits hours.
  • Junior student: 73 – 103 credits hours.
  • Senior student: 104 – above credits hours.

GRADING POLICY

• A - Excellent equals 90 – 100
• B - Good Equals 80 – 89
• C - Average Equals 70 – 79
• D - Below Average Equals 65 – 69
• F – Failure No grade point below 60
• I – Incomplete No grade point.
• W - Withdrawal No grade point.
• DR - Dropped (Failure)

GRADING POLICY

The “D” grade carries a quality of 1.000. It shall constitute a passing grade except for a major or minor subject or English. Any student earning a grade “D” in his/her major or minor or English may remove the “D” only by repeating the course. No re-examination privilege shall be given the student. No student will be allowed to graduate with more than four (4) “D” grades. In the calculation of the grade point average, only the last grade will be used.

An “I” incomplete grade may be used at the instructor’s discretion to indicate that additional work is necessary to complete a course. (It is not a substitute for “F” and no student may be failing at the time “I” grade is awarded. To receive an “I” grade, the student should have satisfactorily completed a substantial portion (60%) of the required course work for the semester. Instructors have one semester to change an “I” grade.

GRADING PLAN

Coursework will be weighted as follows:

1. Attendance 10%
2. Participation 5%
3. Homework/Assignments 15%
4. Quizzes 10%
5. Midterm 20%
6. Final/Thesis 40%
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Total points: 100%

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Innovative and deadline-driven Graphic Designer with 3+ years of experience designing and developing user-centered digital/print marketing material from initial concept to final, polished deliverable.

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2015 - 2016

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

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Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

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Professional Experience

Senior graphic design specialist

2019 - Present

Experion, New York, NY

  • Lead in the design, development, and implementation of the graphic, layout, and production communication materials
  • Delegate tasks to the 7 members of the design team and provide counsel on all aspects of the project.
  • Supervise the assessment of all graphic materials in order to ensure quality and accuracy of the design
  • Oversee the efficient use of production project budgets ranging from $2,000 - $25,000

Graphic design specialist

2017 - 2018

Stepping Stone Advertising, New York, NY

  • Developed numerous marketing programs (logos, brochures,infographics, presentations, and advertisements).
  • Managed up to 5 projects or tasks at a given time while under pressure
  • Recommended and consulted with clients on the most appropriate graphic design
  • Created 4+ design presentations and proposals a month for clients and account managers

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Alice Barkley

Innovative and deadline-driven Graphic Designer with 3+ years of experience designing and developing user-centered digital/print marketing material from initial concept to final, polished deliverable.

  • Portland par 127,Orlando, FL
  • (123) 456-7891
  • alice.barkley@example.com

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Master of Fine Arts & Graphic Design

2015 - 2016

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

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Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

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Professional Experience

Senior graphic design specialist

2019 - Present

Experion, New York, NY

  • Lead in the design, development, and implementation of the graphic, layout, and production communication materials
  • Delegate tasks to the 7 members of the design team and provide counsel on all aspects of the project.
  • Supervise the assessment of all graphic materials in order to ensure quality and accuracy of the design
  • Oversee the efficient use of production project budgets ranging from $2,000 - $25,000

Graphic design specialist

2017 - 2018

Stepping Stone Advertising, New York, NY

  • Developed numerous marketing programs (logos, brochures,infographics, presentations, and advertisements).
  • Managed up to 5 projects or tasks at a given time while under pressure
  • Recommended and consulted with clients on the most appropriate graphic design
  • Created 4+ design presentations and proposals a month for clients and account managers

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