Mastery of a course is determined by the successful completion of written work and two examinations: a mid-term and a final. Students should complete all assignments for the fourth class session before attempting to take the mid-term examination. The final examination should not be taken until all projects and assignments for the course have been submitted.
To assure the integrity of the courses, mid-term and final examinations must be taken in the presence of a proctor who has been approved by TUA.
The proctor must possess, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree and cannot be a relative of the student or another TUA student. Some examples might include a college or university administrator or faculty member, a school superintendent or principal, a school or public librarian, ministry director, or a pastor.
To become an approved proctor, follow the steps below:
- Complete the online application form, providing us with your name, the student's name for which you are proctoring, and your qualifications as proctor.
- On the next screen, provide a username and password for your online proctor account at the TUA website.
- You will be notified via email when your proctor application has been approved.
- Once you have been approved, you may log in to TUA website to enter the Proctor Section, which has links for each mid-term and final examination offered to students.