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Assessment of Submitted Assignments

The Office passes your assessments immediately on its arrival to an examiner who is allowed up to 1 month to communicate the result to the Office.

  • Grades are communicated to you not in the order in which you send in the assessments, but in the order in which they are received from the Faculty members.
  • The examiners assess the assessments on the basis of several points. First of all, they check if you have been able to understand the essence of the lesson, and whether you have been successful to express it in your own words. Since the examiners have done this thousands of times, they can easily come to an authoritative deduction.
  • In the “critique” portion the examiner evaluates how much and how intelligently you have interacted with the course material.
  • Some of the material as scope for improvement, and the “Suggestion for improvement” section tells the examiner whether you have been able to spot those areas.
  • The last section where you tell how a certain course material blessed you and in what manner you might be able to use this material tells the examiner how he can help and mentor you during your studies.
  • A disagreement with the stand taken in the course-material will not lower your grades or disqualify you, provided you are able to disagree courteously and  authoritatively.
  • A reasonable freedom of expression is granted to students within the Conservative theological position. Such disagreement should be done in an academic manner, and dissent should not be emotional in nature.

Other Essential Information

students should always keep the constraints of Distance Education in mind. In a regular school you turn in the assessments in the morning and hope to get the grades next morning. This is not the way a Distance school works. Please remember the following about CRG school.

  • All our Faculty Members work voluntarily for us, and they do not get any remuneration for this work. This is the only way we are able to offer you training without fees.
  • This means that almost all of them work in full-time jobs to sustain themselves, and need to find additional time to work with Trinity School.
  • Consequently, they need a bit of extra time to grade assignments and give them back to the office.
  • Students should therefore allow a margin of time before they get their grades.
  • The Assessments are evaluated by many, but the grades are always communicated to the students by the office.
  • Grades are sent as email-attachments in a grade-chart in the RTF format. All standard word-processors can open RTF [Rich Text Format] and save into RTF format. Since RTF is not dependent upon any proprietary format, almost all word-processors find it easy to handle these files.
  • Comments, if any, on the assessments are entered at the bottom of the Grade Chart. Additional comments, if any, are included in the main body of the email.
  • Students should always study the grade Chart each time they receive it. If there is any error or discrepancy in the entries, they should inform the office promptly.
  • If the student needs to know any thing, such where did he go wrong in a given assignment, this information is sent with the grades. If no such information is included, this means that the work was so good that no major improvement is needed.

 

 

 

 

 

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  2. SAMUEL KOFI OSABUTEY

    THANKS FOR THE EXPLANATIONS GIVEN ON ASSIGNMENTS.

  3. Lameck Mwamukonda

    I have been impressed by the way you assess the assignment. It seems the study is intended to make students thinkers and not only reflecting other peoples idess.

  4. Rev. Nettie Jorinda Bullitt

    When do next DMin courses start? tks

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