There seems to be an increasing trend towards assessing students through exams rather than continual assessment. What are the advantages and disadvantages of exams as a form of assessment.

Examination play a major role to judge someone's ability. These days children have to undergo either the regular class tests or the periodical assessment. Both
kind
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kinds
of assessments
has
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have
its own benefits and drawbacks which will be discussed henceforth. Enumerating the pros of these examinations, the judgement of the two kinds
vary
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varies
. The daily tests could be beneficial to the
child
in revising the things easily without much hassle. The assessment of the lesson
that is
taught a day before, help
child
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children
the child
as well as the teacher to understand the strength and weakness.
However
, the examination conducted after few
month
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months
or
an
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a
year help
examine
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examines
the
child
's retaining ability. Because, it is very essential that the student remembers
lessons
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the lessons
taught in the beginning
for
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of
the life time.
This
clearly shows the importance of both the types. On the other side of the fence, both exam system has its own weaknesses as well.
Setting
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Citing
a paper and correcting them regularly could be cumbersome to the teacher who might want to indulge students in other
countries
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countries'
country
curricular activities.
Moreover
, overall performance of the student who fell sick or took a few days break would get affected adversely; on the same note periodical tests have proven to be more stressful
to
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for
child
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the child
a child
children
as it requires the revision of the whole syllabus at one go.
Nonetheless
, it is an apt process to judge someone's memorising
skills but
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skills, but
will be biased towards students who are not good at performing in time constraint manner. Conclusively, examining of
various skills
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the various skills
of students could be done more thoroughly with the blend of both the kind of tests. Since, each system has
it's
of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
its
own issues, it is crucial to opt two of them to learn the
child
's abilities effectively.
Submitted by Serhio Baraniuk on

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