60 Free Essays on Examination A Necessary Evil

  1. Importance of Examinations

    The world Examination is noun of the word 'examine'. It means to test in order to verify, to judge and to certify, certain facts. Examination is a very wide word, which is used in all spheres of life. The learned examiner does not want that sense of examination to be discussed. He has in his mind the...

  2. Preeti24

    Essay on examination 8 Replies Hints. 1. All condemn examinations, but cannot do away with them. 2. Examinations are a terror to students and exert a great strain on their mind. 3. Examinations simply encourage cramming and are not the surest test of one’s ability. 4. Examinations, however, arc...

  3. Examination- Necessary Evil

    Examinations are an age – old practice of evaluating students’ performance. Dronacharya had also held examinations for his students. God had tested the devotion of Ibrahim. But the modern system of examination is the gift of the British rule. Form of examination today: Prior notice regarding the...

  4. Dr Mengele in the Holocaust

    doctors went to concentration camps to aid the injured. Approximately 30 doctors were stationed in Auschwitz to tend to the Jews' wounds and perform necessary surgeries. Out of those doctors came the infamous Josef Mengele, famous for his unique preferences in the medical field. Dr. Mengele's experiments...

  5. Transcendentalism and a Belief in a "Higher Power"

    of an invisible elephant. It is far easier to prove that the elephant does not exist than it is to prove that it does. Socrates' principle of examination states that we must carefully examine all things. The tools we humans use to do this are logic and the scientific method. In order to believe in...

  6. Beyond Budgeting

    being the subject of considerable criticism — to the extent that some people are calling budgeting “broken,” “a thing of the past” or an “unnecessary evil.” Moreover, recent surveys corroborate such criticism by reporting a growing dissatisfaction among organizations with their budgeting systems. The case...

  7. Emergency Provision of the Indian Constitution

    is understood to be incompatible with the status accorded to them. Other members of the society may be excused by reason of absence of mens rea necessary for the commission of a particular crime. This is pillared on the common principle of actus non facit reus, nisi mens sit rea i.e. the act does not...

  8. Examination Should Not Be Abolished

    Examination is a very wide word, which is used in all spheres of life. We have exams everywhere around the world. Youngs and adults can have exams, there is not a particular age to have exams. However, some do not agree that exams are important. Examination is a word that most students are fear of. ...

  9. Examination- a Necessary Evil

    EXAMINATIONS- HAS IT KILLED EDUCATION? As we know that the examination system has come to be the main theme of modern education. Everyone from his early child-hood should take endless examinations and succeed in passing them, before he could graduate from a college or university. As much importance...

  10. Examination Malpractice

    for exploration into “the effect of examination malpractice among the sociology student of University of Abuja” is borne out of the concern for the need for improvement/provision of enabling a good conducive environment that is conducive for the writing of examination and to avoid malpractice. In any given...

  11. Aristotle's Government

    they see life through. Most of these lenses are developed subconsciously through vows and judgments made in life to escape pain. Moreover, self-examination defines those areas a person currently values. For example, if a person values financial security they will seek it with abandon. It is important...

  12. Examination

    Very often examinations have been described as a necessary evil. Such a paradoxical definition conveys the impression that, although examinations are not a very good means of judging the potential of the students, they perhaps are, the only way of doing so. Infact, examinations have become such an integral...

  13. Margolis&Molinksky

    While pursuing two research questions concerning how individuals who perform “necessary evils” respond to their situations, Margolis and Molinsky (2008) produced a thoughtful and thought-provoking article which was a pleasure to read. Their exploratory research produced a new response typology, identified...

  14. The Character of Macbeth That William Shakespeare

    I would definitely have to say Macbeth. Macbeth is the most evil because number one he killed Duncan, someone who was good to him, and number two he killed his friend Banquo. How could not think he's evil? Lady Macbeth, as we all know, was the person who told Macbeth to kill Duncan so he could become...

  15. Terror of Examinations

    Essay On The Terror of Examinations Parents send their sons and daughters to schools and colleges to get education. Teachers work year in and year out to fulfill the task which society entrusts to them. Students are expected to study hard throughout the session. If no examinations were to be held periodically...

  16. God, Goodness, and Evil: an Interpretation

    and Evil: An Interpretation Who is God? What is evil? If God is morally good, just, righteous, knowledgeable, and all-powerful than why is there evil in the world? To begin, let’s examine what the definition of good and evil are. Good is the inclusion of morally positive acts, while evil denotes...

  17. A Critical Evaluation of the Deductive Argument from Evil

    Critically Evaluate the Deductive Argument from Evil Logically, can Evil and the “three-O” God co-exist in this universe? The deductive argument from evil says they cannot. In this essay I will explain the argument and analyze why it is valid but unsound. I will do this by discussing fallacious...

  18. Christianity essay

    into the beliefs and practices of the Christian community * Has significance as a statement of a person's beliefs in the Christian tradition Necessary element for salvation * Baptism allows Christians to share in the death and resurrection of Christ Cleanses people from their sins * The Salvation...

  19. Exams

    of success. It is the center of studies. Examination simply means the test of ability. However, for some years they have been a topic of debate. Their importance and effectiveness have been called in question. The most significant object is that examinations are not real test of knowledge but a test...

  20. To What Extent Did the Labour Government of 1945 -1951 Improve the Lives of the British People?

    person regardless of income. The publication of the report highlighted what he described as the five social evils which were Want, Disease, Ignorance, Squalor and Idleness. These five social evils would have to be dealt with in order to rid the country of poverty and improve the lives of the British people...

  21. Boethius

    everything happens as it should. All of these questions seemed legitimate to me given the situation he found himself in. Reading the article, “Self-Examination and Consolation in Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy”, by Antonio Donato helped me to further break down the conversation between Boethius and...

  22. Network Coding

    Indian examination system Examinations are a necessary evil. It is quite understandable that whenever we put in hard work to make successful any venture we wait for some time to see or guess the results that might have been achieved or might possibly be achieved. It is in this context that examinations...

  23. Genesis and Theogony... Plagiarism?

    is not limited to Genesis; the Theogony has its own roots in Greek mythology, predating the Book of Genesis by a thousand years. A superficial examination of this evidence would erroneously lead one to believe that Genesis is somewhat a collection of older mythology re-written specifically for the Semites...

  24. Great Philosophers

    simply to be lived or by blindly following primal instincts, and popular convictions. The good life is a life that questions everything through self-examination, contemplation, and open-minded wondering. He taught this could be achieved by aquiring as much knowledge as possible and to be constantly in search...

  25. the horror in movies

    and expected dangerous situations normally happen in people’s lives. Events that have involved the subject of the spiritual realm and the demons and evil spirits in it, always has placed several feelings of horror and fear in the hearts and souls of many people over centuries. Another concept that has...

  26. Violence: a Necessity in Society

    total, and seamless.” (1) In order for such a thing to occur, there would need to be actions taken that words could not simply achieve. Violence is necessary in the fight against oppression; in fact without violence there is no struggle to even be heard of. Decolonization is always a violent event. When...

  27. Winberg Trials

    Winberg Trials Examination A central problem in the trials themselves was the use of spectral evidence. Because the actual crime involved an agreement made between the accused Reverend and the locals, and by its very nature, this compact would not have witnesses, finding acceptable evidence was difficult...

  28. Science

    EXAMINATION REFORM: Examination is a necessary evil. They cannot be completely done away with. In any education system, they must occupy an important place. Yet the way and the form in which they are held need reform. There are so many serious defects in the present system of examination that their...

  29. Contemporary Society and Disciplinary society

     Contemporary society is a disciplinary society and is necessary to have. In Foucault’s book, Discipline and Punish, he explains the gradual change of 17th century punishments compared to the modern more gentle way of creating discipline and punishing people who commit crimes within society....

  30. The Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living

    strives after the truth and the good. Men, especially one so old as Socrates, should not fear death "There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance." First because to keep his silence would be a disobedience to a direct command from God. Of course he knew they could not believe he...