English Debate – Should Exams Be Abolished? (Against)
A way to know how well you understood the topics learnt.
Learning is 2-way traffic. Whatever you learn in class, you need to apply. And examination is one way to determine how well learning has taken place - is through your...
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Affirmative action in higher education should be abolished. College admissions should be based on what the admissions board is looking for, not what the government says should be required. In this paper, I will present evidence to support that position.
At one time, affirmative ac...
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New foldI believe that they should be replaced.
I'm in school, I take the exams. They are horrible, people will keep saying that exams are the reasons teacher know what students need to re-learn and what they still need to go over. But in reality, if the students fail, the teachers don't...
Decoding the dress code
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 15:33:00 05/20/2008
Filed Under: Fashion, Education
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