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BC 주 프로빈셜 시험 자격 (Eligibility for Provincial Exams)
Provincial 시험은 11월, 1월, 4월, 6월, 8월에 있으며 재시험은 12개월 기준으로 1번까지 가능하다. 만일 1번 이상 보고 싶으면 과목을 다시 들어야 한다.

시험 결과는 학교에 직접 연락하는 방법, 편지가 오는 경우, 웹사이트에서 확인할 수 있다 (www.bced.gov.bc.ca). 11월에 시험을 본 경우 결과는 12월초, 1월 -> 2월말, 4월 -> 5월 중순, 6월 -> 7월말, 8월 -> 9월초에 결과를 알 수 있다.

시험과목은 Math, Principle of Math, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Communication, English, English Literature, French, Geography, Geology, History, Japanese, Mandarin, Punjabi, Spanish, Tech. Prof Comm이다. 내신 60% provincial 시험 40% 가 반영된다.

예를들어 영어 학교 내신 성적이 60% 인 학생이 provincial 시험에서 70%를 받은경우 (60*0.6 + 70*0.4 = 64) 64점이 FINAL 점수로 대학교 원서 낼 때 들어간다.

프로빈셜 시험을 치기 위해서는 다음의 사항을 충족시켜야한다.
1. British Columbia 공립학교 (Distance Education School, Continuing Education Centre 포함) 에    재학 또는
2. British Columbia 독립학교에서 그룹 1, 2 또는 4 에 재학 또는
3. 위 학교들에서 Home Schooler로 등록
4. 학교 과정을 마쳤거나 과거 12개월 사이에 과정들을 이수 학기 최종 성적을 학교에서 보고
※ 프로빈셜 시험은 수업을 들은후 12개월안에까지 시험을 치를수 있다.
프로빈셜 시험 FAQ
 
Q. How do I find out my exam results if I am unable to access the web site?
A. You must contact your school or school board office. The Ministry cannot release exam results
over the telephone.
Q. I received my June results and they were wrong. What do I do?
A. Contact your school or school board office and ask them to fax your correct school mark to the
Ministry. If this happens during August or September you will be issued a revised transcript within a week or two of the changes being reported. Otherwise, a new transcript must be ordered from the Ministry.
Q. I just received my exam results and they show N/R for the exam mark. How can I
find out my exam and final marks?
A. The 'N/R' means that the exam score has not been reported because the Ministry has not
received a school percentage to blend with the exam score. You must contact your school and ask them to report your school mark to the Ministry. You will receive a revised transcript in the mail within a week or two (during August and September only), which will show your exam and final marks in that subject.
Q. I want to write my provincial exam again. What do I do?
A. You may rewrite your exam within 12 months of completing the course. If you wrote in June,
your next opportunity to write is in August. Information on the August Exam Session.
Q. If I rewrite my June exam in August, which mark do I keep?
A. The Ministry will use whichever exam result is higher, either June or August, and blend it with
your school mark.
Q. I took English 12 twice during the last school year; which school mark will be
used?
A. The Ministry will take whichever school mark is higher, providing you retook the course within
the last twelve months
Q. How many rewrites am I allowed?
A. You may rewrite a provincial exam once after you have written the exam for the first time. The
rewrite must take place within twelve months of completing the course. If you retake the course before you rewrite, you cannot carry over the first rewrite opportunity. Once you take the course again you can write the exam, then rewrite the exam once within the following twelve months.
Q. I want to have my provincial exam remarked. What do I do?
A. You need to make a written request to the Ministry of Education, Student Certification Branch,
PO Box 9886, Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, BC, V8W 9T6 to have your exam remarked, and provide the following information:
your full name and address
your Personal Education Number (PEN)
the exam subject and session date
$50 fee ( certified cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard or Interac)
your signature
Q. If I take the course again, do I have to rewrite the exam?
A. No, if you are satisfied with your previous exam mark, you do not have to write the provincial
exam again (providing you retake the course within twelve months of writing the exam for the first time).
Q. When do I write my exam in August?
A. See the August Exam Schedule.
Q. Where do I go to write or rewrite my provincial exam in August?
A. At one of the August Exam Centres.
Q. If I rewrite my exam in August, when will I get my results?
A. August exam results are mailed out to students and schools at the end of the first week in
September. There are no exceptions for providing the August results earlier than this date.
Q. Will I get my results from the August exams in time to send to the PSIs for
September admission?
A. No, the results from the August exams are not available for September PSI admission decisions
Q. I just completed EN 12 (or another grade 12 examinable subject) by
correspondence. When will my new school mark be added to my transcript?
A. Your new school mark will be added to your record in the month in which there is a provincial
exam in that subject. For instance, if you completed the course in July, your new school mark will be added to your record in August (the next exam session). If that score is higher than your June school mark, it will be blended with your June exam score and reported out to you on a revised transcript. If it is lower than your June results, your June results will be reported on your transcript. You will not receive another exam results statement if you do not write the exam again in August.
Q. I have several students taking an examinable course through Distance Education
or night school. Who registers them for exams, and how is their school percentage reported to the Ministry?
A. The day school is responsible for sending in all exam registrations for students attending their
school, whether they are taking the course at day school or elsewhere. They must also collect the final school percentages from Distance Education and night schools, and send them in along with the student's other final marks.
Q. I have several students at my school who want to rewrite exams in November or
April, but we do not hold an examination session then. Where can I send them to write these exams?
A. While schools are not obligated to offer provincial exams in April or November, schools may
choose to hold an examination session to accommodate students' needs. If your school will not be holding an examination session, school administrators should make every effort to assist the student to find another school to write at. Please remember that schools are not obligated to accept students who are not registered there. Please do not refer students to the Ministry as we can only direct them back to the school for assistance.
Q. Why can't a student at my school access his results online when he is entering
all demographic information correctly?
A. Data that was sent to the ministry may read differently from what the student is entering. The
school should confirm information sent in its most recent data transfer against information the student is using (check for hyphens, e.g., Smith-Brown vs. Smith Brown). If the school cannot determine the cause of the problem, it should contact the ministry to check what is on file.
Q. We have an exchange student who will be writing a provincial exam. Can the
student use a translation dictionary during the exam?
A. No. The Board of Examiners has ruled that translation dictionaries cannot be used during
provincial exams. English is the language of instruction, and students should be proficient in English to write provincial exams in English without relying on a translation dictionary.
Q. One of my students registered to write a provincial exam but did not show up to
write the exam. Will the student be penalized?
A. No. If a student is registered to write but does not participate in the exam, it is not considered an
attempt
 
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