The College invites expression of interest from Members to become examiners or an observer for the 2019 Membership examination period.
Examining offers a number of benefits including contributing to high equality examinations and meeting new colleagues through the process. It's a commitment not to be taken lightly, but is hugely rewarding and we encourage you to express your interest in becoming an examiner for your subject or observer for the College.
To express your interest, please email email@example.com
To assist examiners in preparing examination papers style guides and style sheets have been developed.
Click here to download the style guide and style sheets
Oral Examination information to assist examiners:
- Preparing for the Oral Examination
- Preparation for the Oral Examination: Examiners Edition - Prezi PDF version
- Tips for Examiners on the Day
Preparing for Oral Examinations: Examiners Edition
EXAMINERS WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS
On 03 and 04 February, 2018, the Board of Examiners held an Examiners Workshop in the Gold Coast. This workshop was facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Norman, Director – Teaching and Learning (College of Sciences), Associate Dean – Assessment and Learning (School of Veterinary Science) at Massey University.
1. Blueprinting and drafting questions Liz Norman ANZCVS 2018
2. Grading criteria and marking schemes Liz Norman ANZCVS 2018
3. Oral exams Liz Norman ANZCVS 2018
4. Clarity and why it’s important Liz Norman ANZCVS 2018
On 04 and 05 February, 2017, the Board of Examiners held an Examiners Workshop in the Gold Coast. This workshop was facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Norman, Director – Teaching and Learning (College of Sciences) at Massey University.
Dr Norman has also created a helpful ANZCVS Examiners Guide from information presented at the workshop. Click here to download, Measuring what we want to measure. A guide to examination construction for examiners.
Below are links to the powerpoint presentations delivered by Dr Norman during the weekend.
Blueprinting and drafting questions:
Grading criteria and marking schemes:
Clarity and why it’s important:
On 06 and 07 February, 2016, the Board of Examiners held an Examiners Workshop at Brisbane. This workshop was facilitated by Dr Sharanne Raidal, Associate Professor in Equine Medicine at Charles Sturt University. Below are links to the powerpoint presentations delivered by Dr Raidal during the weekend.
Grading and marking http://www.slideshare.net/SharanneRaidal/2-marking