• 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 t...
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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 al...
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  • Rating System
    Necessary Film Ratings System in China CHEN ZIHAN School of English for International Business Abstract: This paper presents the feasibility to introducing the film ratings system in China. From then until the Chinese government carried out the film censorship, this censorship...
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  • Confucius, Examination and Foot Binding
    Confucius, examination and foot binding An analysis on ancient china society-Qing dynasty China has 5000 years civilization. The Qing was the last and probably the strongest dynasty in Chinese history. It began at 1616 and ended at 1911. During the Qing period, imperial china has reached its ze...
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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 ex...
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  • Chinese Civil Service Examination
    The Imperial Examination System in Ancient China Abstract: Imperial examination in ancient China was developing based on the nine-rank system. From Sui and Tang dynasties to Guangxu year, Qing dynasty, it took more than 1300 years to evolve. The Imperial Examination is officially called Keju Examin...
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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 Thesau...
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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 skill...
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  • Semester System Versus Yearly System
    Language in India www.languageinindia.com 68 10 : 5 May 2010 Tayyaba Malik, Ph.D Candidate, Priya Avais, M.Phil. Candidate & Tahira Khanam, Ph.D. Candidate Comparative analysis of MA English Results under Annual and...
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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...
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  • debate on examination
    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...
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  • Changes in the Education System and Their Impact on Gender and Class Inequalities
     CHANGES IN THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF EDUCATION AND THE IMPACT ON CLASS AND GENDER INEQUALITIES Social structures are constructed frameworks of institutions within a social group that shape their members’ behaviours and identities. The social context of our lives is not just a series...
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  • An Examination of the Monetary Policy of Nigeria (1986-2006)
    AN EXAMINATION OF THE MONETARY POLICY OF NIGERIA (1986-2006) By Okezie A. Ihugba Department Of Economics, Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri Imo State Abstract The paper examines the impact of Monetary Policy on the development of Nigerian economy. The purpose of the study is to...
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  • Exams Should Be Abolished
    2010 Raffles Institution, 1H Leader: Lim Shi Ping Members: Lee Chan Wai, Albert Li, Liu Bo Zhou, Liu Yi Heng Teacher Mentor : 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 He...
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  • Should Upsr and Pmr Be Abolished?
    Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examinations may be abolished. Should we agree with the suggestion? Well, at least this is something that we can discuss about. Well, I think it’s inappropriate t...
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  • Japan's Civil Law System
    Japan’s Civil Law System Gwen, Simmons Japan’s Civil Law System The purpose of civil law is to resolve non-criminal disputes. These disagreements may occur over the meaning of contracts, divorce, child custody, property ownership, either personal, or property damage. Civil courts ar...
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  • Irish Taxation System
    Commission on Taxation Report 20091 Commission on Taxation Report 2009 | Executive Summary and list of RecommendationsPart 1 Part 1: Executive Summary and list of RecommendationsIntroduction [Part 2 of our Report] Establishment and terms of reference The Commission was established on 14 Fe...
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  • Conditional Access System
    College Days o Paper Presentations o Btech ▪ Paper Presentations ▪ Electrical & Electronics ▪ Mechanical ▪ Computer Science & IT ▪ Projects ▪ Computer Science & IT...
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  • Legal System
    PART A: QUESTION 1 English Law plays an important part in our legal system. Explain to what extent is the English Law applicable to our law? (100 Marks) English law is one of the unwritten sources of the law. English law means both principles of common law and equity which made by t...
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  • Relevance of the Common Law Doctrine of Stare Decisis (Judicial Precedent) to the Shari’ah Court System in Nigeria
    1 CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0.0. INTRODUCTION By virtue of the legal and judicial legacy bestowed on Nigeria by colonial masters, common law principles, rules and doctrines have tremendous influence on administration of justice system in the country. Particularly as an offshoot of tha...
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