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FOR BSE and BSIE

  1. During the First Year, in order to qualify to take the Student Aptitude Test (SAT), a Grade Point Average of 2.5, for the two semesters, is required provided that the student has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC, or other deficiency. However, after the 1st semester of the 1st Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.5, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to qualify to take the SAT. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson. Also, if the student failed in the SAT, he/she will be disqualified from the program.
  2. During the Second Year,  the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, for the two semesters, provided he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC, and other deficiency. However, after the 1st semester of the 2nd Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.25, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to qualify to take the SAT. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson. Also, if the student failed in the SAT, he/she will be disqualified from the program.
  3. During the Third Year, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, for the two semesters, provided he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC, and has passed the Pre-Board Examination. However, after the 1st semester of the 3rd Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.25, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to qualify to take the SAT. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson. Also, if the student failed in the SAT, he/she will be disqualified from the program.
  4. During the Fourth Year, in order to qualify to enroll in the PRACTICE TEACHING, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, provided he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INCand had passed the Pre-Board Examination. If the student FAILED to get a GPA of 2.25, he/she will be disqualified from the program.

FOR BSEE

  1. During the First Year, in order to qualify to enroll into the 2nd Year Level, a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5, for two semesters, is required provided that the student has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC.,or other deficiency. However, after the 1st semester of the 1st Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.5, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to be retained in the Program. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson.
  2. During the Second Year, in order to qualify to enroll into the 3rd Year Level, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, for the two semesters, provided he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC and other deficiency. However, the 1st semester of the 2nd Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.25, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/She will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to be retained in the program. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must ne signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson.
  3. During the Third Year, in order to qualify to enroll in the 4th Year Level, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, for two semesters, provided he/she NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC., or other deficiency. However, after the 1st semester of the 3rd Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.25, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to be retained in the Program. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration and the Department Chairperson.
  4. During the Fourth Year, in order to qualify to enroll in the 5th Year Level, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25, provided that he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC., and has passed the Pre-Board Examination. However, after the 1st semester of the 4th Year, if the student failed to get a GPA of 2.25, the student will be placed under "Probationary Status". He/she will be required to execute a "promissory letter" stating that he/she has to improve his/her GPA in the incoming semester for them to retained in the Program. Otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the program and has to shift to other courses. The letter must be signed by the "parent or guardian" and shall be noted by the Registration Adviser and the Department Chairperson.
  5. During the Fifth Year, the student has to maintain a GPA of 2.25 during the 1st semester, provided he/she has NO FAILING GRADE, 4.0, INC., and has passed the Pre-Board Examination. If the student FAILED to get a GPA of 2.25, he/she will be placed under probationary status.

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MANDATORY 6-UNITS REVIEW COURSE

The 6-units Review Course is a non-credit mandatory course required by the Board of Regents for implementation to improve the CvSU's performance in the Board Examination. This course had been incorporated in the revised curricula of the different programs for immediate implementation. Every unit of the course is equivalent to 3 hours of review class.

For CvSU-R, the programs affected are the following: a)Bachelor of Secondary Education, b)Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education, and c)Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.

For the BSE and BSIT programs, the review course is offered starting on the 2nd sem of the 3rd Year (3 units) and another 3 units during the 1st sem of the 4th Year.

 For the BSEE program, the course is offered starting on the 2nd sem of the 4th year (2 units), another 2 units on the 1st sem of the 5th year and the last 2 units during the 2nd sem of the 5th year.

COURSE REQUIREMENT

  1. In order to pass the course, a student has to take and pass the required Pre-Board Examination to be given by the faculty member in-charge of the Review Class. The Review Class is not a Pre-Requisite to the other Review Classes. However, the students should start with the Review Class 1 before he/she will be allowed to enroll the next Review Class.

A student will not be allowed to enroll in the next level unless he/she passed the Pre-Board Exam. Also, a student will not be able to earn the degree if he/she failed to pass the Pre-Board Exams.

LOAD ASSIGNMENT

The course shall be assigned as a Teaching Load to a senior licensed faculty member. The coverage of the course shall be based on the coverage of the Licensure Exam given by the PRC. The major responsibilities of the Faculty In-Charge are the following:

  1. Define the course coverage, have it approved by the Department Chairperson and prepare a Review Design and schedule.
  2. Organize a Review Class.
  3. Coordinate and invite reviewers. Reviewers may come from the faculty members of the Campus, from other Campuses and HEIs, or from the industry.
  4. Manage the review and facilitate the operational requirements in terms of supplies, materials and compensation.
  5. Consolidate and reproduce the review materials.
  6. Prepare the Pre-Board Exam questions, have them approved by the Department Chairperson.
  7. Administer the Pre-Board Exam, and check the examination papers.
  8. Prepare the summary of ratings and have them approved by the Department Chairperson before releasing the same to the students.
  9. Prepare the Grading Sheet and submit the grades to the Registrar through the appropriate channels.

SAFETY NETS

  1. If the student failed in the first Review Class, he/she has to enroll the same in the ensuing semester simultaneous with the second Review Class. This means that he/she has 2 Review Classes to attend and has 2 Pre-Board Examinations to take and passed. If the student is not willing to enroll, then he/she will be advised to shift to other courses.
  2. If the student failed again both in the 2nd Review Class and the 1st Review Class, he/she has to enroll both Review Classes simultaneous with the 3rd Review Class. This means he/she has to 3 Review Classes to attend and has 3 Pre-Board Exams to take and passed. This implied that for the Review Classes alone, the students need 18 hours a week. If the student is not willing to enroll, then he/she will be advised to shift to other courses.
  3. If the student failed to pass in the Pre-Board Exam in his/her last semester, he/she will not be able to graduate. He will be given a chance to enroll and pass the requirement during the ensuing summer period.

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