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60 Free Essays on Examination A Necessary Evil

  1. Importance of Examinations

    examination should not be abolished, but it should be reformed so that it should be of a great advantage both to the student community and the society. The examination is an evil but it is necessary, therefore, it cannot be abolished. We cannot do without examinations, but the system needs a total reform. We should not follow the old orthodox methods, but the scientific change should be brought in the system of examinations....

  2. Examination- Necessary Evil

    students and place them accordingly in their careers… Why examinations are evil: Examinations encourage cramming rather than true and applicable knowledge; a game of chance and skill; standard of making not uniform; personal moods and approach of the examiners may affect objectivity; one year’s...

  3. Preeti24

    , arc an incentive to hard work. 5, Examinations are a necessary evil; they bring out the best men and also the best in men. Students look upon examinations with contempt; they make all possible efforts to avoid them. Educationists are against them, sad are thinking of abolishing them. Critics find...

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

    unnecessary. To be considered a necessary evil, the occurrence must be the only way to produce something good, which outweighs the evil. Many events, such as infant deaths, would not be classified in this category. If such an all-knowing deity existed, it states, He would know that this evil was...

  5. 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...

  6. The Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living

    , 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 was serious about this God thing so he puts it...

  7. 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...

  8. Aristotle's Government

    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 that people examine the thought process to...

  9. Beyond Budgeting

    period, the budget has gone from playing centre stage in most organizations’ control systems to 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...

  10. Emergency Provision of the Indian Constitution

    inflicted upon him or upon others, whom he was bound to protect inevitably and irreparable evil ; that no more was done than was reasonably necessary for that purpose and that the evil inflicted by it was not disproportionate to the evil sought to be avoided. (1) Extent and scope of the defence...

  11. Examination Malpractice

    answer book after examination etc. This research topic is a broad and general use, such that it is definitely impossible to sample all necessary population, hence we will make use of random sampling to draw a sample for the purpose of generalization. The 4 levels in the department of sociology is the...

  12. A Critical Evaluation of the Deductive Argument from Evil

    good nature and entails that God desires everything that is good. This desire to bring about good things also means a desire to prevent evil things from happening. Hence God’s good nature doesn’t need to necessarily lead to no omission of good actions, but it does lead to the necessary idea that God...

  13. the horror in movies

    of illnesses; ancient Egyptians also believed sickness and other evils came from demonic possession and they had their exorcism rituals, ascribed charms and rituals to dispel them. Also the "Artharvaveda", which is a Hindu sacred text from around 1000 B.C., describes many rituals for casting out...

  14. 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...

  15. Examination Should Not Be Abolished

    results of a student in exams, we can relatively know how much knowledge that the students have attained. The exam is an evil but it is necessary. Therefore, examinations should not be abolished...

  16. Christianity essay

    Necessary element for salvation * Baptism allows Christians to share in the death and resurrection of Christ Cleanses people from their sins * The Salvation Army and The Society of Friends (Quakers) are examples of Christian groups which do not practice baptism * For the majority of...

  17. Examination- a Necessary Evil

    teachers thought he was a fool. So they sent him away from school. Little poor Tom had to teach himself to learn. But he made more than 2,000 inventions years later. Very often examinations have been described as a necessary evil. Such a paradoxical definition conveys the impression that, although...

  18. God, Goodness, and Evil: an Interpretation

    examination into why evil is against the traditional concepts of who God is, and His teachings. As stated, God is considered all-powerful and completely morally good. Therefore, evil goes against God and what He signifies as evil is the exclusion of morally good acts. According to Journet, evil exists...

  19. The Octopus Novel

    Barnes & Noble The Octopus by Frank Norris StoryLines America Discussion questions In the mystical visions of Vanamee there is the suggestion of eternal reconciliation, a final moral rectitude in the universe. Is this vision justifiable given the fact that evil so obviously triumphs over...

  20. Hawthorne and Young Goodman Brown

    having faith is important and necessary. Even he acknowledges such a fact when he states "what a wretch am I, to leave her on such an errand." (Hawthorne 614). Brown is fully aware that on the journey he's about to embark on, he needs his faith. However, he's also aware that if he brings his faith...

  21. Exams

    examinations are not real test of knowledge but a test of ignorance. But on the whole, we can say that in spite of all the objections and shortcomings, examinations are a necessary evil and cannot be avoided. All of us agree that the examinations are not the real test of a student’s intelligence. The...

  22. 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...

  23. Company Secretary

    said he had been robbed without making any complaint, is not relevant, as conduct under this section, though it may be relevant as a dying declaration under section 32, clause (1), or as corroborative evidence under section 157. 9. Facts necessary to explain or introduce relevant facts. 9...

  24. Violence: a Necessity in Society

    ‘species’ by another. The substitution is unconditional, absolute, 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...

  25. 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...

  26. Great Philosophers

    Socrates most famous quote is “The unexamined life is not worth living.” To Socrates life was not 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...

  27. 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...

  28. Terror of Examinations

    examinations, we can conclude that examinations are a necessary evil. They cannot be completely done away with. But the way and the form in which they are held need reform. There are so many serious defects in the present system of examinations that their purpose is completely defeated. They fail...

  29. 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...

  30. Dr Mengele in the Holocaust

    vivisection(s), (and) injected chemical(s) into (the twins') eyes to try to change them..." (Nazi Doctors). A vivisection is when a doctor performs any type of medical examination such as injecting chemicals into the patient's eyes without giving the patient any type of anesthetic to numb the pain during an...