Older people who reflect the joys of youth often forget everything about exams, like we take all the unpleasant things out of our minds. All young people who aspire to a position in life, from the age of 9 or 10 to the early 20's, are subject to an examination system if university training or technical college is included. Exams are a series of hurdles until a tired student finally reaches the winning post-job. However, most people see them that way. No one likes them, but no one can suggest a reasonable alternative for them.
There are two types of exams. Private individuals and the public once placed in schools or colleges such as school admissions, school certificates, high school certificates and university examinations such as BA. (Bachelor of Arts) B.Sc (Bachelor of Science), B.Litt (Bachelor of Literature, LLB (Bachelor of Laws) etc. Their objectives may be different. The purpose of private individuals is to indicate whether a student Whether or not knowledge has worked better over a period of time and may result in a little more than happiness (or resentment) from parents or teachers. Designed to help the public step into more modern areas of education. Yes, even the degree level is reached, and these are very important in determining the nature of the work. In the competitive world or the student can indicate that his specialty What kind of further education is appropriate according to the abilities?
Banks, business houses, businesses and local governments require a reasonable number of 'O' levels and some prefer 'A', while professions, law, medicine, education, etc. require much higher qualifications. ۔ For the student, it seems like an endless vista of study - an intellectual 'rat race' in these competitive modern times. Still, there must be some way to indicate that one student has reached the desired level when the other has failed - even the student will recognize it (especially his passing). Later) and the authorities have never been in any doubt - anywhere. The fact that public examinations, both oral and written, were conducted long ago, as in Greek and Roman times, shows that examinations are held in every civilized country in the world today. If we accept the need for a method to differentiate students, the question is, "Are exams the best way?" Here, there are two schools of thought. In the UK, the most talked about test is "11 +". If a child fails at this age, he or she is dropped out of grammar school or 'stream', and in practice, academic life.
If some cases, bright failures are given a second chance at 13 and some move to high schools - but not many. Some local authorities have now completely dropped out of the examination at this stage and have given awards for on-the-spot work and on the recommendations of basic teachers. But here it will have to fail again, and although an impartial decision may be made, there is always some suspicion of insult or unfair treatment.
Then the question arises, 'Is the exam a fair test of merit?' The answer is usually, 'Yes, it is.' Indeed. There are children and young people whose minds are 'emptied' in the examination room and those who are nervous or have poor technique and then fail to do justice to themselves. But often it's also a 'test'. The cloak of nervousness or ignorance! Up to middle-aged children, a child should perform appropriately, at most ages the candidate is given every opportunity, including an intelligence test, before the school is able to predict the results with some confidence. Make
Last question - 'Are the exams fair in themselves?' - The answer is definitely yes. The examiner never goes out to catch the student. In fact, a lot of effort is being put into offering a wide selection of fair questions covering the full range of student work. Again, the student who says 'I had bad paper' really means 'I just covered part of the work and was unlucky!'
With hard work and dedication, any ordinary student can expect success in this exam. Here of course. There are helpful tips such as clean spelling, paragraphing, planning the paper at the beginning, and so on. They will all get numbers. But usually, providing work is there, so there will be results.
There is no need to be afraid of exams. They can even be enjoyed. If only in the past!
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