Examinations are not the true indicators of students ability.!

It was in the middle, In the middle of a big hall, I find myself seated in the mist of the multitudes,  rows and columns. heart beat pounding, its like the dooms day is here again.


Oh what a day. My skills don’t  count, My abilities don’t even count. All is tested is my theoretical ability.


I am really doomed, For theoretically I am lame, But practically am on top of the world. Distinguish ladies and gentlemen,  Is this dooms day a justice to my ability??? I might not be able to fill the pages with organized set of alphabets ,,,I might not be able to memorize 100 of pages… But believe you me am the right person for the job.


Many at times,,,,,,,,,Many a times,,, my college result is unfair in representing my true image.

ü  I am an artist, I am a speaker.  I am a lawyer, I am a doctor.  I am a teacher, I am an engineer. But on paper am a failure


Justice or Injustice a question for all. Well am not alone.   7 Billion dollar worth Steve Jobs is with me.  4.2 billion dollar worth Richard Branson is with me.  2.7 billion $ worth oprah winfrey Is with me. Steven Spielberg,  One and only Bill gates. They failed their exams But they ended up hiring those with A grade in their exams,,,,,cuz,,,, Examinations don’t teach us character….!


We were born different

We think differently

We enact differently…

Similarly Each person learns differently ,,,,,demonstrates
their knowledge differently, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, some people excel in presenting
their knowledge orally, while  others do
extremely well in examination  conditions. In my opinion, a student who
cannot do well in exams may do it well practically… as applied to common day


Dear judges L

The fingers are not equal

cannot test student ablity solely through examination

Taking a test will hardly ever going to
prove someone’s ability


It would be good
if I share  a satistical research with
you ,,In a News by the daily mail reporter, December 7 2008.r evealed: How two
thirds of Britons feel exam results do not represent their real ability. More
than three quarters of Britons feel their performance in exams does not reflect
their true ability,
,In a further poll of  Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA)
members showed that
Sixty per cent of teachers also agree that exams are not the best indicator of
a pupil’s ability and do not reflect their future success in the workplace.


Behold the 21st

A  generation of crammers

Where cramming
is given priority over originality and conceptual learning

Where degree
earned cannot be defended

Good GPA the only
goal of my beloved students

Where students
are advised to be exam oriented

Rather than
study to achieve their dreams

ladies and gentlemen

Everything has
become a means to an end and

Nothing is an
end in itself

True purpose has
been lost

No test can show whether a prospective
student has, or is going to develop, true life skills.An exam is a true indicator of a student’s
potential on one given day,,

In a particular examination.so many factors can affect how a
student performs on a test – how tired they are, how hungry, if there’s too
much excess noise in the classroom or flickering lights…even a good students
who knows all the paper would not be able to attempt.

What if a good student has mantained a good academic record
all over the year but fails to reach the examination on time? What if a good
student fainted during the exam,,, what if a good student got his hand fracture
and cannot attempt the written paper……..?



In exams

In Exams

I see students
engaged in unhealthy competition

I see exam

I see bribery
and corruption

I see hate and

My lord

Is it not

That  This vulnerable methodology is not the best
indicator of a student’s ability

Today lets have
an examination

Would it be fair
to task these students to climb a tree

A Lion

A  Fish

A tiger

A thought for







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