Chapter 1 of Online Examination System

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CHAPTER 1
Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
It is traditionally that every student takes an exam in a classroom, because they are happy to sit there and have the teacher or the proctor during the exam. In Online Entrance Examination System, we the researcher are trying to change the traditional manual examination in an educational institution for example in Computer Technologies Institute Inc. it may help the said institution to nurture up and elevate the functionality of the school. This Online Entrance Examination System is to efficiently evaluate the examiner thoroughly through a fully automated system that not only saves lot of time but also give fast results. It is targeted at removing all the paper works in the examination process usually spent by the teacher or instructor in reading and checking the answer one after the other.

This Online Entrance Examination System is a multiple choice deal for the students and other derivative questions. For every questions asked, the student need to select the right answer provided in the given choices. This study are trying to help also us as students to be knowledgeable enough on entering the Information technology field as applying the knowledge in internet.

1.2 Statement of the problem
* Does Online Entrance Examination System works efficiently and effectively? * Can Online Entrance Examination System give a fast result? * Can this study help to meet the needs of the Computer Technologies Institute Inc.? 1.3 Significance of the study

The Online Entrance Examination System is benefit for any educational institutions who will implement this system for example the Computer Technologies Institute Inc. it can help the said institutions to evaluate the students their knowledge and skills before they precede to a certain course they want. 1.4 Scope and Limitations of the study

The study wants to enhance the manual examination process. Its focus is to determine the impact of retention policy on a student academic performance. It has been designed to make the examination processes easier and paper free. To develop the proponent skills in the field of associate in Computer technology. In addition, the said system would also want to lessen man-power workloads and minimize time consuming in checking activities. The study is limited only to selected school who will implement this study. Authorized personnel will be allowed to maintain the said system. The design proposed system will be limited if there is no internet access and also if there will be any technical problem such us hacking and sabotage and etc. System design will not be capable to give an actual examination or evaluation of the requirements and credential of a new student. These processes will remain manual done by the management but the result from it will be the input for the proposed the Online Entrance Examination System. 1.5 Definitions of terms

* Automated System- Any system that does not require human intervention. An automated dresser would be part of the machine setup and would require little in-process attention. * Derivative-an idea, language, term, or other thing that has developed from something else that is similar to it. * Elevate- to raise something to a higher level or position. * Knowledgeable- possessing or showing a great deal of knowledge, awareness, or intelligence. * Nurture- to give tender care and protection to a young child, animal, or plant, helping it to grow and develop. * Online- attached to or available through a central computer or computer network. * Precede- to come, go, be, or happen before somebody or something else in time, position, or importance. * Proponent- somebody who advocates something.

CHAPTER 2
Theoretical Framework

2.1 Review of related literature and studies
Online assessment is now commonplace in many in Australian universities, but Byrnes and Ellis concluded this is largely...
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