||The Admission Examination is held once a year. No supplementary examination will be arranged.
||Candidates must attend the Admission Examination subject according to the examination date, time and venue on their Admission Examination Permit .
||It is forbidden to scribble any information on the Admission Examination Permit.
||Candidates should check carefully the information printed on their Admission Examination Permit. Any mistakes detected should be reported in writing or by email to the Registry at least 3 working days before the examination.
||No stationery will be provided at the examination venue. Candidates are required to bring along the following items to attend the Admission Examination:
- Personal Identity Card / Passport (must be the same as the identification document printed on the Admission Examination Permit);
- Admission Examination Permit;
- Pens or Ball-point Pens (Blue or Black); HB Pencils; Rulers; Erasers; Correction Fluid;
- Candidates may use a programmable or non-programmable calculator only for the Physics subject provided that the calculator is silent during operation. Candidates are strictly prohibited from using a calculator with print-out, graphic/word-display functions or dot-matrix technology in the main display.
||Dictionary/thesaurus of any form are not allowed in the examination of any subjects.
||No food or drink allowed inside the examination venue.
||No photo-taking/recording allowed inside the venue.
||Candidates carrying any electronic device or device that can produce sound, e.g. alarm watches, must be set to silent mode before the examination is due to start.
||All mobile phones, smart watches with word/data display functions or any electronic devices must be switched off and disconnected from the Internet before entering the examination room. They must not be switched on or used during the examination or before leaving the examination room.
||Candidates must put all their personal belongings, e.g. mobile phone/smart watch, notes, books and any other electronic devices (e.g. tablet computers) under his/her chair, and not on the desk. Candidate’s mobile phone/smart watch which bears the display function for numbers and data is prohibited to be put in their body or pockets.
||Candidates should not leave any personal belongings outside the examination room in case of theft. Any rain gears should be put outside the examination room to avoid causing wet and slippery floors inside the examination room. The University is not responsible for any items lost during the examination.
||Candidates should listen carefully to the invigilator’s announcement. All the announcements shall be made in Cantonese and English.
||Under general circumstances, all answers shall be written by ball-point pen or ink-pen. For multiple choice answer sheets, please use HB/2B pencils. Candidates are required to read in details the instructions for each of the sections in the examination paper. Any answers made without following the instructions, or any answers written on the draft paper(s), will not be marked. Candidates are not permitted to make any special marks or signs on the examination paper or examination materials.
||The invigilators shall not make any explanation or confirmation on the content of the question or the manner in which answers shall be made.
||For the examination of Physics subject, candidates can choose to answer in English or Chinese. Should candidates choose to answer in Chinese, they may write their answers in traditional Chinese or simplified Chinese characters.
||If the candidate needs to go to the lavatory during the examination, the invigilator shall record the time the candidate was in/out of the room.
||All times mentioned in this rule must follow the clock in the examination room.
||If the candidate is not feeling well during the examination, he/she may request to go to the medical centre for rest or treatment, but will not be given extra time for examination.
||Candidates are required to follow the regulations and requirements set out in this document. Any violations may incur a deduction of scores. Any serious violation such as those stated in item 6 of this document, the candidate may be disqualified from the examination. If a candidate is found in any violations, he/she may be required to sign a declaration for the University to follow up the case.