Debate On Exams Should Not To Be Abolished Essays and Term Papers

  • Exam Should Be Abolished

    of school, signaling the end of exams. Naturally, children are officially banned from carrying crackers to school. Despite frisking, they, somehow, manage to save that lone cracker for celebrating the end of exams. One will rarely find a child who enjoys giving exams; the bright ones are under the stress...

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  • exam should be abolished or not

      you get something similar for homework. And  finally, you will realize that it's part of  a test you will be taking. If already  prepared you should feel more confident and  less stressed. It is important to do homework, but  just as important to do it well. If one  does not do their homework...

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  • Should exams be abolished? ( against )

    English DebateShould Exams Be Abolished? (Against) Exam is: 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 answers. ...

      416 Words | 2 Pages   Test (assessment), Education

  • Should Exams be Abolished or Not?

    Exam is a word that most students fear off. A word that has a magic power to change a happy person into a frustrated and nervous one. However, it is a big part of the school that all students have to go through. There are advantages in exams, but there are people who think the opposite that exams have...

      434 Words | 2 Pages   Educational assessment, Test (assessment), Intellectual giftedness, Reason

  • Exam Should Be Abolished

    Should Present examinations systems be abolished? Points in favour:- � *The approach of present examination systems means the beginning of fear, tension, anxiety and stress in the minds of the students under which if a student doesn't performs according to his/her parents expectations may lead to students...

      659 Words | 2 Pages   Standardized test

  • school exams should be abolished

    DEBATES OPINIONS FORUMS POLLS Sign In Sign Up Home > Opinions > Education > Should schools abolish exams? Add a New Topic Should schools abolish exams? Research this topic: United States Add a New Topic Add to My Favorites Debate This Topic Report This Topic Should schools...

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  • Should Exams Be Abolished

    their examinations. Yw : I don’t think that examinations should present any stress or anxiety to students because most, if not all, examinations today are scheduled and students are given advance notices of such examinations. As such, there should be no cause for complaints about examinations by students...

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  • Public Exams Should Be Abolished

    ―Public exams should be abolished. Do you agree?‖   Public exa minations play an important role in a student‘s life in Malaysia. In his eleven years of schooling, a student has to sit for three major public examinations, the UPSR, PMR and SPM.These examinations are taken seriously by all parties...

      698 Words | 2 Pages   Standardized test, Test (assessment), Homework

  • Exams Should Be Abolished

    Miss Kong [SHOULD WRITTEN EXAMS SHOULD BE ABOLISHED?]   Written Exams Should Be Abolished Lee Chan Wai, Albert Li, Lim Shi Ping, Liu Bo Zhou, Liu Yi Heng Raffles Institution Mentor: Miss Kong In the current era when students young and old are required to take written exams, to assess them...

      7503 Words | 19 Pages   Educational assessment, Test (assessment), Survey methodology, Interview

  • Should Exams Be Abolished

    Should Exams be Abolished or Not? Exam is a explicate that al some students fear off. A word that has a magic power to change a adroit person into a frustrated and nervous one. However, it is a sizeable part of the school that all students have to go through. there are advantages in exams, yet there...

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  • formal exams should be abolished

    his/her parents expectations may lead to students even taking the extreme step of ending their life by doing suicide. � *Some people also think that exams are not a reliable test of gauging the ability of the students as luck plays a major role. � *Present examination system encourage cramming, unnecessary...

      577 Words | 2 Pages   Standardized test, Test (assessment)

  • Exams Should Be Abolished

    Exams should be abolished Exams - a word that many students dread to hear, a word that many students fear of, a word that seems to have the magical power to transform a happy and cheerful person into a frustrated and nervous wreck. What are exams and should they been done away with entirely...

      404 Words | 2 Pages   Test (assessment), Educational assessment

  • Should Exams Be Abolished

    Argumentative essay: SHOULD EXAMS BE ABOLISHED? According to a recent survey of “Education Newspaper”, what cause students to be frightened the most is “exams”. Some students say that the exams should be abolished because they make students absolutely anxious and stressful. However, the exams play an important...

      421 Words | 2 Pages   Test (assessment)

  • Learning Mother Tongue should be abolished debate notes

    Notes for debate~ Lee Kuan Yew insists that bilingualism is impossible and that English must take precedence over Chinese.  Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew said Mandarin is important but it remains a second language in Singapore. So parents must be realistic in their expectations. Mr Lee was alluding...

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  • Should Public Exams Be Abolished in Hong Kong?

    Should Public Exams Be Abolished In Hong Kong? Public examinations play an important role in a student‘s life, especially in Hong Kong. Nowadays, there is no other ways to promote into university in Hong Kong unless passing the examination. Students have to sit for 2 major public exams including...

      1085 Words | 4 Pages   Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination, Standardized test, National Higher Education Entrance Examination

  • Should examinations should be abolished ?

    and its learning processes, which are meant to be flexible, engaging and enjoyable. Furthermore, they favour people who have superior memory and good "exam techniques" even though they may not be very original or imaginative. It would also encourage last-minute cramming instead of daily preparation. Examinations...

      875 Words | 3 Pages   Rote learning

  • Should Columbus Day be abolished?

    Columbus Day Columbus Day is a national holiday that is celebrated all over the United States by several people, but should we even have this holiday? Should Columbus Day be abolished as a National Holiday? When you’re celebrating Columbus Day, do you know what you’re really celebrating? The people that...

      573 Words | 2 Pages   Voyages of Christopher Columbus

  • Death penalty should be abolished.

    Death Penalty The Death Penalty is different from all other forms of punishments in that it cannot be reversed and therefore should be abolished. Murderers are not discouraged from committing crimes even with the death penalty as a punishment. The high costs of the death penalty are also another good...

      905 Words | 3 Pages   Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Capital punishment in the United States, Capital punishment, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

  • The Electoral College Should Be Abolished

    impossible to turn on the TV without seeing newscasts about candidates or to look at the front page of a newspaper without reading about the latest debate (Abolish the Electoral College). In addition, it is insulting preposterous that our society which has overcome so many obstacles of prejudice would...

      2603 Words | 8 Pages   Voting rights in the United States, Plurality voting system, Electoral College (United States), Voter turnout

  • Death Penalty Should Be Abolished

    THE DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE ABOLISHED Dating back to the 16th century BC, the first historically recorded execution was conducted in Egypt. In those times, executions were conducted in numerous ways that ranged from sawing the accused, neck lacing (a common practise during the apartheid era in South...

      1588 Words | 4 Pages   Capital punishment in the United States, Capital punishment, Life imprisonment, Capital punishment in California

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