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HAU students can now review for board exams online

The program contains thousands of questions simulating those found in board exams for CPAs, engineers, teachers, architects, criminologists, psychometricians, etc. The objective of the program is to better prepare students by exposing them to board exam-type questions as early as their freshmen years.

The system was created by a team composed of faculty of the University’s College of Information and Communications Technology (CICT) headed by Dean Joseph Esquivel with faculty from different colleges contributing their respective questionnaires.

The system will be launched on January 28 at 9 a.m. at the Multi-Purpose Hall, 4th Floor, San Francisco de Javier Building.

VP for Academic Affairs Dr. Jaime Cortez said that Holy Angel University is one of the first schools in the country to offer online review to its students.

“For most students, review classes after graduation are just too short and too expensive, so we are offering this service to give our students a better fighting chance in the very competitive board exams,” Dr. Cortez said.

Under the HAU online review system, students can access and answer as many sets of questions as they want, at any time of their convenience while on campus, as often as they want, and get the results immediately after answering.

Faculty members from the different Colleges will regularly upload new questions to the system so that students can answer more questionnaires even in their early years, according to Dean Esquivel.

Date Posted: 01-14-2013