The CBT has been good so far during our exams and tests, because of time management and efficiency. If you look at some exams that we use paper and pen for example, it takes some time before the lecturers could mark and collate the scores but with CBT, it is automated and results as instantly available soon after the test or exam.
Beyond this, the paper and pen approach is known to bring about cases of missing scripts whereby a student writes an exam or test but somehow, his or her scripts gets lost and the unfortunate student will be left with no scores for that assessment. So in essence, I think I love the way it is going with the CBT here in the University. It’s not easy for them too but I believe they are trying their best. In particular, I’d like to appeal to the University Management to put in more efforts to further minimize occasional server or network problems that do occur during tests or exams.
Beyond this, the paper and pen approach is known to bring about cases of missing scripts whereby a student writes an exam or test but somehow, his or her scripts gets lost and the unfortunate student will be left with no scores for that assessment.SALAMATU Akowe
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