Computerized Entrance Exam System

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Computerized Entrance Exam System

By | July 2013
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Computerized entrance exam
Introduction
In the earlier days, admission to higher and professional studies was essentially based on the performance in the entrance examinations conducted annually by various High Schools. The gradual degeneration of the conventional examination system manifested in frequent leakage of question papers, manipulation of marks, copying and use of unfair means by all involved. Entrance examinations have been devised by some reputed institutions to screen the large set of students coming from vastly different backgrounds for admission. The traditional manual entrance examination is successful example conducted by INCAT. But nowadays, the population of the students is getting bigger. So with this kind of system, it will be easier for the part of the school and the student to take the entrance examination and to keep record of the students and will show the result immediately. It will not be prone to leakage because it will be stored properly and the school will keep this as one copy to avoid leakage. Introduction of computers greatly enhances the speed and accurate result of counting process. Results could be attained even right after the examinations reducing the time to a simple part compare to the time it takes if the examinations is done manually. Computerize entrance examinations have the possible to create examinations results with much greater accuracy than traditional paper-based entrance examination system. Computer machines invented to influence us to make our work easier and better. In schools, banks and offices use computerized system in its operations to avoid time consuming and improve competence for the better service. With the help of computerized system people may take their advantages in order to meet their work faster. The world is changing so fast that we need to keep abreast to the fast upgrading of computer technologies to make us more productive. Many schools that conduct examination are using their manual based...