Should examination be abolished in education system?
s ,the xamination should be abolished.
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Answer . NO, I would not have many of the friends that I have today if it were not for my college years and the fraternity that I joined. you just have to be a member to really understand.
There are two ways of looking at this question. Points in favour of abolishing them:- ï¿½ *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 even taking the extreme step of ending their life by doing suicide. ï¿½ *Some people also think that exams are not a reliable test of gauging the ability of the students as luck plays a major role. ï¿½ *Present examination system encourage cramming, unnecessary expenditure on help-books and also encourage private tuition which has resulted in mushrooming of a large number of tuition shops in every city and even small towns by inexperienced persons. ï¿½ *The present examination system doesn't specify the exact criteria for how the marks are given to students. (No one can deny that external factors can sometimes influence the distribution of marks-- like whether the teacher was in an angry mood over something in his/her personal life, or whether the teacher was upset with the class and giving a test to punish them. ï¿½ *The pressure of performing well is so much that if the student has not studied up to the required standards, he/she even sometimes uses unfair means in the examination hall to copy from a near sitting intelligent student and get good marks. Others have also said: School examinations should be abolished because: . It is impossible to test every aspect of a subject within the short exam time, if a student is lucky and what he studied for is tested, he will score higher. . they don't properly assess people's grasp of the subject. You can get higher/lower marks than you deserve. . It is impossible to set the questions at the same difficulty every year, if it is easier, he will score higher. . It is possible to study the tested subjects for the exam then forget everything and yet score high marks. . Some cheaters go undetected and score high marks. . Huge (unnecessary) emotional burden, provides stress etc. Better alternatives include: . put more emphasis on research work . Less stress . Instead of cramming info into students' heads, encourage self-learning + make students better at research skills, these abilities are useful forever and best learnt when young. But those in favour of school examinations say they serve a useful purpose. Thus, they should not be abolished because: . Exams make people better at the subject . content tested in exams are random, so people study everything . since it affects grades, people study harder . there is competition, people study harder . They help the teacher to know what material the students have not mastered and need to study further . They give people important practice in dealing with stress, which can help later on with life's challenges. . The examination system has its own benefits. It's like a self-test to see where we are and how good we fare in something that we do. The purpose of exam has always been a test to let us, human beings, to know our limits and our standards. . Frankly speaking, who can put his/her hand on their heart and say that they would have learned the lessons regarding different subjects themselves if the present examination system were not there and didn't made the students to learn and understand the topics dealing with different subjects to perform at the end of the year. The ANSWER would be No, They wouldn't have. ( Full Answer )
I think it depends upon the objectives of the fraternities. Somefraternities were made to establish hate among others but some weremade to spread love. One thing that must be removed here is thehazing. I do believe that fraternities must be removed if and onlyif they didn't follow the constitution..… ( Full Answer )
The common path to practicing as a physician requires 8 years of education beyond high school and 3 to 8 additional years of internship and residency. All States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories license physicians. Education and training. Formal education and training requirements …for physicians are among the most demanding of any occupation-4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of internship and residency, depending on the specialty selected. A few medical schools offer combined undergraduate and medical school programs that last 6 years rather than the customary 8 years. Premedical students must complete undergraduate work in physics, biology, mathematics, English, and inorganic and organic chemistry. Students also take courses in the humanities and the social sciences. Some students volunteer at local hospitals or clinics to gain practical experience in the health professions. The minimum educational requirement for entry into medical school is 3 years of college; most applicants, however, have at least a bachelor's degree, and many have advanced degrees. There are 146 medical schools in the United States-126 teach allopathic medicine and award a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree; 20 teach osteopathic medicine and award the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree. Acceptance to medical school is highly competitive. Applicants must submit transcripts, scores from the Medical College Admission Test, and letters of recommendation. Schools also consider an applicant's character, personality, leadership qualities, and participation in extracurricular activities. Most schools require an interview with members of the admissions committee. Students spend most of the first 2 years of medical school in laboratories and classrooms, taking courses such as anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology, psychology, microbiology, pathology, medical ethics, and laws governing medicine. They also learn to take medical histories, examine patients, and diagnose illnesses. During their last 2 years, students work with patients under the supervision of experienced physicians in hospitals and clinics, learning acute, chronic, preventive, and rehabilitative care. Through rotations in internal medicine, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and surgery, they gain experience in the diagnosis and treatment of illness. Following medical school, almost all M.D.s enter a residency-graduate medical education in a specialty that takes the form of paid on-the-job training, usually in a hospital. Most D.O.s serve a 12-month rotating internship after graduation and before entering a residency, which may last 2 to 6 years. A physician's training is costly. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, in 2004 more than 80 percent of medical school graduates were in debt for educational expenses. Licensure and certification. All States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories license physicians. To be licensed, physicians must graduate from an accredited medical school, pass a licensing examination, and complete 1 to 7 years of graduate medical education. Although physicians licensed in one State usually can get a license to practice in another without further examination, some States limit reciprocity. Graduates of foreign medical schools generally can qualify for licensure after passing an examination and completing a U.S. residency. M.D.s and D.O.s seeking board certification in a specialty may spend up to 7 years in residency training, depending on the specialty. A final examination immediately after residency or after 1 or 2 years of practice also is necessary for certification by a member board of the American Board of Medical Specialists (ABMS) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). The ABMS represents 24 boards related to medical specialties ranging from allergy and immunology to urology. The AOA has approved 18 specialty boards, ranging from anesthesiology to surgery. For certification in a subspecialty, physicians usually need another 1 to 2 years of residency. Other qualifications. People who wish to become physicians must have a desire to serve patients, be self-motivated, and be able to survive the pressures and long hours of medical education and practice. Physicians also must have a good bedside manner, emotional stability, and the ability to make decisions in emergencies. Prospective physicians must be willing to study throughout their career to keep up with medical advances. Advancement. Some physicians and surgeons advance by gaining expertise in specialties and subspecialties and by developing a reputation for excellence among their peers and patients. Many physicians and surgeons start their own practice or join a group practice. Others teach residents and other new doctors, and some advance to supervisory and managerial roles in hospitals, clinics, and other settings. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below. ( Full Answer )
Unfortunately slavery was a profitable resource for ensuring the wealth of Europe at the labor of Africans It was first thought that the European could use convicts (white) and other dissidents of Europe, however, as devious as it was, it was more profitable to enslave Africans by the thousands and …not pay them a cent for their contribution. They had to release the convicts, which meant their profit margin was cease, so with profits soring via slave labor, the European which began this unfortunate case would never find or discuss a reason to abolish slavery! . Slavery was used throughout history as a profitable resource by both blacks and whites, saying "evil whites" are solely responsible for slavery is idiotic considering Africans sold their own tribe members to slavery as well as used slavery in the past (Egyptian civilizations). Additionally Slavery remains unabolished in several African countries where lighter skinned blacks enslave darker ones. ( Full Answer )
Some argue that smaller classroom sizes would improve the educationsystem. Other arguments include increased funding, more parentalinvolvement, and giving administrators more flexibility to fireteachers who do not meet expectations.
Uncertain as to exactly WHAT is being asked. Some (all?) states have laws that regulate the size municipalities must be before being able to govern themselves (usually based on population). Conversely, when the population falls below a certain level, the municipalities cease to have enough populati…on to be considered 'self-governing' and are then subsumed by the county in which they are located. ( Full Answer )
they help in learning of the student and improve their learning skills. exams facilitate and motivate students to learn in a healthy environment .
Yes, the death penalty should be abolished. It is not a deterrentof capitol offenses. There is too great of a risk that an innocentperson will be murdered.
It's your own opinion but I don't see anything wrong with a little public humiliation if you deserve it.
The Electoral College was established in the beginning of the United States' days, when information didn't travel quickly throughout the states and some people were uneducated about presidential candidates. The Electoral College should be abolished because now we have cell phones, television, and in…formation can be attained with a click of a button, whether you're educated or not. ( Full Answer )
there is always a chance the person is innocent and you cannot un-execute them, also one could argue that while a person is still alive they have a chance to change. P.S. this is not a balanced arguement or my opinion i'm just giving the points he/she asked for.
No public examination in Malaysia should not be abolished byassignments and coursework's, taking the public examination gives awide range of questions.
I think yes, It should because people should get a second chance and even though the did somthing to earn it, they might change! Helping Ideas: . Every time someone is put to death penalty, Aloved one screams . Every time someone is put to death penalty, the person who made them get it, g…ets a HUGE sin . Its just flat out wrong... ( Full Answer )
This would be impossible as the basic physics of the designs of fission bombs is well documented in the open literature. Any competent physics grad student could design a medium yield fission bomb that could be expected to work reliably without a test. Countries that want them only need about 4 ye…ars to construct the infrastructure to make the fissile materials to build them. ( Full Answer )
Im running for president in 2028 and Im abolishing the death penalty in the US once and for all becasue I belive that life without parrole is the biggest punishment the criminal will reseve for there crimes. Im a decract, I oppose forgin wars like Iraq, Oppose tax cuts for rich, Support manitory hea…lth care for old.. Vote for A. Jackson on November 7th 2028 ( Full Answer )
no,it's not killed education but it checked our knowledge and commansence, eligibility . it is necessary because every person acheive the goal and improve own life . and if it is not then every person intelligently then reading book
It depends on your point of view, if you think the government isdoing everything wrong, then you would think that, but if you thinkthat the government is doing a good job, you would disagree.
People have been debating this for a hundred years or more. It is a matter of personal perspective.
I don't think so. I would be in favor of changes to the law, but Ithink that the reason it is there is that you often have one spousethat supports the other through school, raising children, etc, andgives up education and training for that commitment, and then thepartner that benefited from that com…mitment and now has so muchthat the other partner worked for and sacrificed for, and wants toleave that commitment all to the other partner. And you can't givethose years back, or expect a single parent to raise and paychildcare for children after having already given up a chance at abetter education, which can't be changed now, because of the burdenof raising the children. There need to be changes made that make it fairer, perhaps, andless likely that someone will just use it as an opportunity tofreeload or whatever. Obviously some people take advantage of this,on both sides... but I don't think eliminating it completely isgoing to help everyone. It will only help one side. ( Full Answer )
No because it is their culture and always have been their culture to have an extremely very high excellent education rate on education and to really always value their education and to be perfect in every way in everything and to strive for perfection in everything. Also they are suppose to get stra…ight A+'s and straight A's all through school and college all through their lives and be at the top 1% of their education and have the very top rate of their education and 92% of them move on to universities after they graduate from high school.Their parents are suppose to push their children to get the very best highest best grades in school and college and they are very strict about education and have been doing that from generations after genearations all through their lives and they would be very well displeased if they were to change it. I don't think that their parents would like that and they have excellence in their culture. Hopefully it can still be their culture to continue having an extremely very high excellent education rate on education and I hope and pray that they still do. ( Full Answer )
More disipline can lead to more aggresive children and in the end,they can also be as agressive as their parents did.
Every one has to pass through the ordeal of examinations and only those succeed in life who are ready to face all sorts of tests in their lives. Thus exams cannot be abolished.
Creationism is currently taught in the public education system as a philosophical belief. As such, it is taught in mythology, philosophy, and literature classes. It currently has no place in science classes because it is not supported by scientific evidence. Until creationism is supported by a…ctual evidence, it should continue being taught just as it is. ( Full Answer )
It should be abolished because it make kids feel bad aout them self that they can't do good in math writing reading that mess . The function of Report Cards has nothing to do with emotional support - indeed, I would argue that the above answer is seriously flawed. Schooling is fundamentally abo…ut a single over-arching goal: producing a person well-adapted to survive and function well in society. To this end, the major thrust of schooling is to impart knowledge to the student, to enable them both to understand their society, and to be able to make "good" rational choices in their lives. That is, to know enough facts to understand things, and to have enough analytical skills to determine answers from a given set of facts. Report Cards are a method of informing people (both the student and the parent) as to how well the student is progressing on both of those immediate goals. Without reasonably frequent updates as to how a student is progressing, how is that student (or teacher, or parent) able to make any assessment of accomplishment? In other words, people need feedback as to how well they are progressing towards a goal, to enable that person to make any necessary adjustments which would enable them to reach their goal (or, reach it faster)? The method(s) used to determine how students are doing is of course highly debatable, and of course the optimal frequency of doing summary reports (which is what a Report Card is) can vary, but there must be some very concrete method of judging progress and giving feedback. Frequent parent/student meetings with teachers is also great, but some metric must be provided to understand where progress is lacking, improving, or exceeding expectations. Report Cards are an excellent place to summaries these metrics. ( Full Answer )
To make any change to the Office of the Queen, or the Office of the Governor General, or the Offices of the Lieutenant Governors, would need the agreement of the Senate* and the House of Commons for a constitutional amendment. The amendment would also need to be supported by resolutions passed by al…l ten of the provincial legislatures. (*Should the House of Commons and the ten provinces agree on an amendment, the Senate has only a 180-day suspensive veto to block such a change.) There are many arguments for Canada staying a constitutional monarchy . The low costs of the constitutional monarchy are one positive aspect of such a system; Canada does not pay the day-to-day costs of Her Majesty the Queen of Canada. Rather, Canada pays the modest costs of the Governor General, and the Lieutenant Governors; and were the Crown to be changed or removed, the functions of these viceroys and vicereigns would need to be performed by some other head of State. The development of such a role, and the cost of the changes of such a system would most probably exceed the costs of the current constitutional monarchy. Also, the embedded nature of the constitutional monarchy makes the Crown very fundamental to most aspects of Canadian government. The Queen is the core of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government for Canadians; the system would need to be entirely reworked ("back to the drawing board", so to speak) to accomodate the removal of the Crown as a Canadian institution. ( Full Answer )
School examinations should be abolished because: . they don't properly assess people's grasp of the subject. You can get higher/lower marks than you deserve. . It is impossible to test every aspect of a subject within the short exam time, if a student is lucky and what he studied for is tested,… he will score higher. . It is impossible to set the questions at the same difficulty every year, if it is easier, he will score higher. . It is possible to study the tested subjects for the exam then forget everything and yet score high marks. . Some cheaters go undetected and score high marks. . Huge (unnecessary) emotional burden, provides stress etc. Better alternatives include: . put more emphasis on research work . Less stress . Instead of cramming info into students' heads, encourage self-learning + make students better at research skills, these abilities are useful forever and best learnt when young. School examinations should not be abolished because: . Exams make people better at the subject . content tested in exams are random, so people study everything . since it affects grades, people study harder . there is competition, people study harder . They cause stress, allowing people to better deal with challenges (an extremely useful ability). ( Full Answer )
Different people have different opinions. I personally think that they should. They focus on looks instead of personality, I mean what if a girl looked beautiful but had a rubbish personality?
we shouldn't abolish the Olympics because people have been working very hard and it won't be fair for the athletes
it has in most contries but there is probably still a few in which it happens. those contries should also stop it however they often need the children to go out to work to have enough money to survive. There are laws about in every region of the world, however, it still happens- ALLOT.
well depends on your point of view. If you work for the government that almost powers most of there jobs along with tax money so yah it all depends
When writing an essay about why exams should not be abolished, itis important to write an introduction paragraph that captures thereader's attention and end with a strong thesis statement. Use thesecond paragraph to briefly state why they should be abolished. Usethe next three paragraphs to explain …your support for your thesisstatement before writing conclusion. ( Full Answer )
This question will be debated forever. I'm not sure if there is a right or wrong but only individual opinions. My personal opinion is that there are some crimes so horrible and cruel that only the death penalty seems just. I think Ted Bundy deserved death but that is just my opinion. There are mil…lions of people that want to see it abolished and that's right for them. So it all comes down to what is right for you. I try to imagine what I would feel like if someone I loved was murdered, and I think I would feel that the murderer lost the privilege to life. So the bottom line is pick the side that's right for you. ( Full Answer )
no - WikiAnswers is not going to write a speech for you to copy.Cheating is wrong.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy abolished the evil practice of sati. he not only abolished this practice but also did many other works for the uplistment of women; he set up brahmo samaj in 1828 etc etc...
i really hate exams but i see no reason for it to be abolished. it's the ONLY way to test if the students really understand the lesson. it's kinda like a big help to us since we're benefiting from it. but, of course, if you're motivationally deficient, then tests don't really matter at all. XD
No, exams sudn't b abolished. If der r no exams most ppl won't study or wud b 2 lazy 2 study and those who wud study won't b able 2 analyise themselves.
Actually, it shouldn't be because when charities need food, canned foods dont get spoiled unless opened. Without canned foods, countries all around the world would be starving.
Whether or not public examinations should be abolished depends onpersonal opinion. Some people do not believe these exams properlyreflect the student's knowledge.
At first educating the people. Those educated must be apply in his/her family then may be some sort of dowry system can be abolished
The main reason India abolished the Zamindari System was because ofland reform. Under this system, the Zamindars could take land, getfree labor out of the tenants, evict them at will, charge highrents, and not contribute anything to the betterment of the area.The abolishment helped provided non-rich… people with their own landownership, distribution of natural resources, and other socialjustices. ( Full Answer )
No because if that happens than the teacher will not know if you can do the work alone or not
Exam should not be abolish because alots of studnt spend much money during exam tym,spend time 2 read,ame have h6pe dat exam wil be good
Because they are an indication of how much the of the material being taught, that the pupil has absorbed and been able to recall.
Because people are stupid they cant see Imperial is way better, metric SUCKS! and Imperial isnt abolished i use it all the time and i live in the UK
It really just depends on what you think. I personally think it should, but everyone has their own opinion
You should not generally abolish grades K to 12 schooling because it will severally limit the education of young people. Even if education is more limited, it will still provide the building block for the future.
Of course not. Projects often constitute an important part of education. Most intelligent and educated people would say they should not be abolished If they are abolished then it would be as well to abolish all other aspects of education. For some at least. Students asking such questions, and… being unable to answer them with a rational argument, either for or against, have missed the entire point of any schooling received. ( Full Answer )
Yes they should. All the IMF and WB do is cause poverty around the world, and ruin countries. A simple solution to world poverty is simple: abolish the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.. William R.. NCFCA debtor peoples:).
No, they should not. There has to be a way to hold students and theschools they attend to a reasonable degree of accountability.Examinations do not always have to be paper-and-pencil instructure. Carefully supervised practica and internships are a wayof determining whether or not students in some fi…elds have reachedcompetence levels that merit a degree. I would not want a surgeonworking on me who went through school without ANY form ofexamination. I wouldn't even let my pets be treated by an untestedpractitioner. ( Full Answer )