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  • To save time

    It should be banned because one common examination conducted by the central government will have common entrance test . Students too all over the country will not have to waste their time. Resources for both the central government and the state government will be saved. It will also save time.

  • Important to get admission

    I strongly believe that entrance exams are not at all a burden as it is very important to get admission in a top school or university. If we have to get admission, we have to word hard. We should get admission on the basis of our ability not on the basis of our family status or wealth.

  • Entrance exams are a burden.

    Entrance exams are a burden. However, they show where the person is in their education and can focus more learning towards the part of the exams that the person did not do too well in. We do not want to put a person in a class that they will just end up failing.

  • Yes they are.

    Entrance exams are a burden because people use them as a way to see how well a person does on a test and if they are "smart" enough to be placed into higher classes, or to be allowed into the place at all. However some people are very smart just don't test well.

  • Additional Entrance Exams Are

    I believe when an institute has their own separate entrance exam it is a burden for students. Students may want to apply to several institutes just to get an idea of where they may want to go. In a way, the entrance procedures could have a bearing on whether or not the student selects that school. If the administration department is difficult to deal with, that says a lot about an institute, if I can barely navigate the red tape to get in, what should I expect out of the classes, or worse yet, the scheduling?

  • Entrance exam ban

    Entrance exam is not good for students because it nullify the board exam .Sometimes students used to take a year drop for preparing entrance exam . This causes physical and mental stain and stress in these children.CBSE should be strict for checking and papers.So entrance exam should be banned strictly.

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  • No, they are definitely good for students.

    The entrance exams, specially for college and Uni make sure that only those who are qualified enough can enter. Students who do not get through might feel bitter but it is better to go and study for the next time and work harder than to go and make a fool out of yourself on the first day of school/uni. Plus, entrance tests help students study and get prepared before the term starts.

  • If you are dedicated to being accepted, then it should not be a burden

    No, I do not believe that entrance exams are a burden. In reality, schools want the best of the best and the students should want to attend a school with such high standards. When person is determined to reach their goal a mere entrance exam will not stop them from moving forward.

  • They are not.

    Entrance exams are not a burden, They help weed out the people who are not qualified to go to that school. If they let just anyone go to any school, then there would be ne reason to go to a better school for a better education. Entrance exams are needed.

  • Important to get admission

    I strongly believe that entrance exams are not at all a burden as it is very important to get admission in a top school or university. If we have to get admission, we have to word hard. We should get admission on the basis of our ability not on the basis of our family status or wealth.


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