Title III, EAP 0360
F A Q's: Grammar III
What are the objectives of this course?
Upon completion of EAP 0360 Grammar III, you should be able to
- Demonstrate control of basic sentence structure
- Use complex grammatical structures
- Demonstrate control of basic grammatical structures
- Demonstrate control of intermediate grammatical structures
Are there any special exams that I must take to succeed in this course?
Yes. In addition to earning a grade of C or higher, you will need to take the departmental exit exam and pass with at least a 70%.
Are there any eligibility requirements for taking the exam?
Yes. You must have at least a 70% average in the course in order to take the departmental exit exam.
How many questions are on the exit exam?
There are 50 questions on the exam, which will be administered by your instructor.
Is the exam timed?
Yes. You must complete the exam during the allotted class time.
How do I prepare for the exit exam?
In order to be successful in the course and pass the exit exam, you need to attend class regularly, always do your homework, and study at least an hour or two every day. If you don't understand something, you can get extra help from your instructor or from a tutor in the Academic Resource Center. In addition, there are a variety of websites where you can practice grammar points that are difficult for you.
When do I take the exam?
The exam is usually given during the last week of class. Your instructor will give you the specific day and date.
When will I receive my exam scores?
Your exam scores will be ready for you at the next class period.
What if my exam score is lower than 70%?
If your score is lower than 70%, you will be given a different form of the exam. You are allowed only one opportunity to re-take the exam.