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Why should exams be abolished?

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because they suck!
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The 11+ was abolished in the early 1960's. It was found that it was an unfair test for those students - particularly in the inner city schools. Instead, there was a system of Grammar
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they give you an accurate grade on what you have achieved and how you are coping with the work that has been given. hope this helped:
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According to the Guardian, the entrance exams at Oxford University were abolished in 1995. The university traces its roots back to end of 11th century.
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Exams should be abolished because it is impossible to test every aspect of a subject, they don't properly assess the students grasp of the subject. It is good ...
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