A limited number of Grade 12 students (only 7) who have not yet completed the Numeracy assessment and are on the path to graduation, have been contacted by counsellors to sit the Numeracy Assessment on Tuesday June 9th, 2020. These 7 students will need to ensure that they are waiting by the front door of the school (doors near the library) for 8:30 on the day. We will be in the computer lab for a 9am start.
Please note if your counselor has not contacted you, you are probably not in grade 12 and/or not graduating this year. You will have a chance to sit it at the next sitting.
Graduation assessments for Grade 10 (and any Grade 11s) will be postponed.
The only graduation assessment required for current Grade 12 students is the Grade 10 numeracy assessment.
Comprehensive information regarding Provincial Exams and Assessments can be found at:
Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment – Tuesday, June 9th, 2020 @ 9-12
11 and 12 students who have never written or wish to rewrite the
Numeracy 10 Graduation
Assessment must sign up by Monday, February 10th with Ms
Eyton. All Grade 10s will automatically be signed up for the Numeracy
Assessment. The date to write the Numeracy 10 assessment is in April
(TBD). Writing the Numeracy 10
Assessment is a Graduation Requirement. If students are not sure if
they wrote or what mark they got they must sign in to their BCeID
account and check their transcript.
Numeracy Assessment Q and A.pdf
Student Instructions for prepping for exam day.pdf
Students must aim to arrive 10 minutes before the start of their scheduled exam session.
There is no extra time if students are late. The sessions are scheduled
to start at either 8:30 am or 12:30 pm. The exams are two hours long
with up to an extra hour if needed. Details of the session and venue can be found on the notice board outside the main office. Ensure that you are familiar with the calculator policy and have the correct calculator. If in doubt, check with math teachers in our building.
To try print samples of the assessment:
Grade 10 Literacy Assessment - January 21st, 2020
Literacy 10 Assessment- what to expect.pdf
Literacy 10 assessment Jan 2020- message to parents.pdf
Student Instructions for prepping for exam day.pdf
Literacy 10 Assessment Q and A.pdf
Students must aim to arrive 10 minutes before the start of their scheduled exam session. There is no extra time if students are late. The sessions are scheduled to start at either 8:30 am or 12:30 pm. The exams are two hours long with up to an extra hour if needed.
Details of the session and venue can be found on the notice board outside the main office.
For more details of the format of Literacy 10 Assessment visit: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/assessment/literacy-assessment/grade-10-literacy-assessment
To try a sample Literacy 10 exam online visit: https://www.awinfosys.com/eassessment/eexams_sample.htm
Provincial Graduation Assessment Information for 2019/2020
Graduation assessments are changing
to align with the new curriculum. As part of the updated graduation
requirements, students in the B.C. Graduation Program will have to complete three provincial assessments. They will focus on the demonstration and application of numeracy and literacy.
What to expect for 2019-2020:
- All grade 10 students at Seycove will write the Graduation Literacy 10 Assessment on January 21st, 2020.
- All grade 10 students at Seycove will write the Graduation Numeracy 10 Assessment on Thursday, April 16th, 2020.
- Any Grade 11s or 12s who have not previously written the Numeracy 10 exam
must let their counselor know by January 31st, 2020. Completing the
Numeracy 10 assessment is a graduation requirement for the current Grade
- The current Grade 12s are not expected to write the Literacy 10, Literacy 12 or Language Arts 12 assessment.
- the Ministry of Education has no assessment sittings in June or
August anymore. Grade 10 students wishing to rewrite either Numeracy 10
or Literacy 10 assessment will need to do so in their grade 11 or 12
Which Assessment do I need to complete explains what Graduation Assessments your child will need to write based on the grade your child is currently in.
Please review the following
information carefully regarding change in how provincial assessments for
Grade 10-12 students have changed.
What Graduation Assessments will your child need to write based on the grade your child is currently in?
Graduation Assessment Requirements Table
Please continue to review the school calendar and this page for information (time, location, etc.) with regards to assessments times when they are being administered.
The Examination Rules largely follow guidelines established by the Examination Branch of the Ministry of Education. They are in place at Seycove to maintain the integrity of exam results and the validity of the exam process.
The Ministry of Education provides online access to student data through its student secure website www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/student/welcome.jsp
Students must create an account which requires their Personal Education Number (PEN) which can be found on their report card.