The school academic year is divided into three terms each consisting of 80 working days.
A weekly test is held at the end of every week. A test is conducted on any major subject. The syllablus for the test is only one or two chapters. This test is to ascertain whether a student can understand the lessons taught in class.
Mid-term exams are held in the middle of each term. Mid-term exams cover the lessons taught in 40 working days. They are held thrice a year and each exam is of 90 mins. In this round of exams, students are tested on all major subjects. These tests are to ascertain whether a student revises the lessons taught and works hard to achieve better grades.
Terminal examinations are held at the end of each term. There are three rounds of terminal exams. Each exams carries 100 marks. These exams cover the lessons taught in 80 working days. These exams are conducted on all major subjects to ensure that the students can handle full-length examinations or board examinations.
A comprehensive written report containing test results and examination results are given to the parents to inform them about the student's progress and ability to keep up with the class.
All the examinations (except Nepali & Social Studies) are taken in English. Apart from these, tests are conducted regularly in order to provide feedback for improving and correcting teaching methods. Besides short tests and terminal examinations, a regular assessment of a student's performance is made on a day-to-day basis.
Tests on subsidiary subjects such as handwriting, spelling, science & computer practicals, speaking & listening, arts & crafts etc. are taken before tests on the major subjects are conducted.
A student is promoted to the immediate higher classes or is allowed to take the Board exams only if his/her performance is satisfactory in all the exams conducted in an academic session. The final result is prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the mid-term tests, terminal exams, subsidiary and weekly tests.