Examination System Should Not Be Abolished Essays and Term Papers

  • Importance of Examinations

    The world Examination is noun of the word 'examine'. It means to test in order to verify, to judge and to certify, certain facts. Examination is a very wide word, which is used in all spheres of life. The learned examiner does not want that sense of examination to be discussed. He has in his mind the...

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  • Should Public Examinations in Malaysia be Abolished

    Should Public Examinations in Malaysia be Abolished The Malaysia government has started discussing about whether public examination in primary schools and secondary schools should be abolished. This issue has become hot topic among citizens in Malaysia. The purpose of this essay is to discuss the necessity...

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  • socha nahi yaar

    SHOULD EXAMINATIONS BE ABOLISHED   YongYu31 on Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:19 pm Good morning everyone. My name is YONG YU, representing class 2/7.The motion of today’s debate is “Should examinations be abolished in school” In my point of view, I strongly agree that examinations should be abolished in school...

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  • Education

    education systems rely on examinations to encourage children to study, but as a result children suffer from too much stress and they never learn to be creative. Therefore, examinations should be abolished. Do you agree? If any student were asked whether he would like examinations to be abolished or not...

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  • Board Exams to Be Banned

    who think that exams give more disadvantages to the students than advantages. Some people say that exams should be abolished because they encourage cramming, I believe that they should not be abolished because exams are the only way for teachers to get feedback from their students, build high moral standards...

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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...

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  • Examination- a Necessary Evil

    EXAMINATIONS- HAS IT KILLED EDUCATION? As we know that the examination system has come to be the main theme of modern education. Everyone from his early child-hood should take endless examinations and succeed in passing them, before he could graduate from a college or university. As much importance...

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  • Upsr and Pmr Examinations Should Be Abolished

    UPSR and PMR examinations should be abolished Education is an ongoing and continuous process to develop knowledge, skills, mores and norms. Napoleon Hill states that education comes from your within, you get it by struggle, effort and thought. According to the Oxford Paperback Dictionary and Thesaurus...

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  • Examinations Should Be Abolished

    Examinations should be abolished. When examinations are abolished, it means that it should be ridden of. Ever since our primary education started, we were all studying for examinations every year. The education system set by the Singapore government stated that examinations are a good way to test a student’s...

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  • 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...

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  • Examination Reforms

    Examination reforms: Introduction * Our education system is universally criticized for a number of gaps in our examination system. * It is criticized for not keeping pace with the demand of the outside world, for not being scientific and comprehensive for not considering the practical skills...

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  • Examinations. Good or Bad?

    Examination is a very wide word, which is used in all spheres of life. It is the most feared word of many students. We have examinations everywhere around the world. In Singapore, students take examinations every few months and major examinations every few years. As a result, many parents often push...

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  • essay

    The proposal to abolish UPSR and PMR, two public examinations which most of us [especially the current generation] have come to recognize as being almost central to our education system, has generated much controversy and discussion – with opposing sides of the heated debate raising very persuasive and...

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  • Essay

    Exam should be abolished. write for or against The month of February is almost synonymous to a potential cause of tension for us, middle school students, as it marks the approach of a very familiar but unwelcome guest, the Examinations. Exams, more often than not are despicable by most of the students...

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  • Points on Examinations

    Meaning of exam. examination (the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)) examination, exam, test -- (a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; ``when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions'' ) examination, interrogatory -- (formal systematic...

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  • Nhatrose

    “English & CCAers” Project Task 7: Examination should be banned? Discuss. All people who have been students, underwent exams which have always been a headache and I believe it will continue to be so. Many feel that competition should be abolished whilst others have inverse ideas. Both two...

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  • Should Examinations Be Abolished?

    There are two ways of looking at this question. Points in favour of abolishing them:- � *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...

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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...

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  • Upsr, Pmr and Spm Should Be Abolish

    probability of UPSR, and PMR examinations being abolished. With the ever changing policies from the Ministry of Education every time the minister changes,(Kheru,2011) this news came as a no surprise. But the main issue still remains intact. It is not just the UPSR, and PMR, but should we just abolish the whole...

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  • formal exams should be abolished

    There are two ways of looking at this question. Points in favour of abolishing them:- � *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...

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