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H3LLBORN
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Marley136
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Is examination a measure to the academic potential of a student

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Started: 11/16/2016 Category: Society
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H3LLBORN

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Examinations Will Never be a way to Evaluate the skill set of a Student. I never mine about the peoples who support examinations, but i won't be one of them. Why because, just think practically, how many students who scored 'A' grade in a subject can be able to explain whatever they read after some period of time. But i never discourage students scored better marks in their examinations,but are they willing to remember everything. Also, theoretical knowledge is not a better option to learn things widely instead, try to do 'em practically. Reading a concept 100 times is equal to doing things a time. Examinations is not a proper way to evaluate students knowledge. Scenario may be anything. Even a good learner may have some physical disabilities during examination, so that he/she gets failed in exam. If so, did you agree with 'em. Never at all. Likewise some students may have hand writing problem, someone may felt lazy about writing theories as a booklet whatever given in the book, just mugging 'em up and vomiting in sheets, ridiculous. "SKILL SET IS NOT IN PRESENTATION, ITS ON MINDS. THEIR THOUGHTS. INNOVATIVE IDEAS",
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