UEW Guidelines for The Conduct of 2020 Online Mature Entrance Exams on Entrance Portal


The following guidelines are provided in connection with online mature entrance examinations
to be conducted on the UEW Entrance Examination Online Portal.

  1. All rules and regulations governing examinations as detailed in the student handbook
    are applicable to examinations taken on the UEW-Online Entrance Examination Portal
  2. You are to follow the official timetable and take note of the time you are expected to
    write all your examinations.
  3. We advise you to log in to Online Entrance Examination Portal about 10 minutes before
    your scheduled examination.
  4. It is your responsibility to identify a convenient location where internet connectivity is
    reliable and disruptions reduced to the barest minimum.
  5. You are required to be within an internet connectivity zone to facilitate your
    participation in the entrance examination. For example, if you are using a smartphone,
    adjust the settings in order to avoid incoming calls from disconnecting your internet
  6. Examinations will be available for applicants only for the period designated on the
    timetable. Ensure that you finish your paper within the allotted time.
  7. Examinations on the online entrance examination portal are timed by the system. The
    clock starts counting down as soon as you start work and the questions are taken away
    when the time is up. Ensure that you work within the allotted time.
  8. Note that questions flow in sequential manner within the Online Entrance Examination
    Portal so you might not be able to skip questions and go back to them later.
  9. In the event that you are momentarily disrupted by internet or any other unforeseen
    hitch, you can log back in to Online Entrance Examination Portal to continue the paper
    from the point where the disruption occurred.
  10. Be mindful that Online Entrance Examination Portal offers all the mechanisms that can
    be used to detect examination malpractices. If you are caught in any form of
    examination malpractice, you will be disqualified.
  11. Examination malpractice is defined as any attempt to gain unfair advantage in any
    University sanctioned examination. In addition to all the rules in the Students’
    Handbook on Rules and Regulations, the following shall also constitute examination
    malpractices within the context of Online Entrance Examination Portal:
    a. logging in to Online Entrance Examination Portal with somebody else’s
    credentials is equivalent to impersonation.
    b. assisting or being assisted by others to write examination
    c. collaborating with others to write the examination within close proximity
    d. using unauthorized assistive devices
    e. tampering and manipulating electronic records relating to examinations
    f. plagiarism (refer to student handbook)
    g. spreading false information and unofficial notices about the examinations
  12. To control internet traffic within Online Entrance Examination Portal, the system will
    be regulated during examination periods. Therefore, if you do not have examination,
    you will not be able to access your courses in Online Entrance Examination Portal.