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Sherise Massey Deciding Whos Better Weve all taken tests before The ACT the SAT finals and just the tests in our elementary through high school classes Some of us felt pretty confident about our test taking skills and may see exams as a piece of cake But we all have our bad days with some of those bad days being a test day Some of us are some the worst test-takers but that doesnt mean that we dont know the material were being tested on But there are also those of us who do terrible on a test because we truly dont know the material Just mentioning those types of groups that students are put in seems unfair to a lot of people But I think that it has to be recognized that just because a person isnt doing well on exams doesnt mean that their just a bad test-taker or is having a bad day In some cases that person may need some extra tutoring in order to do better educationally Out the many ways that schools group their students one method is how we are labeled according to the test scores we make throughout our educational lives It starts pretty early in a persons life Even simple quizzes or exams can be a decision-maker for a teacher on what type students they have in their class Should this be the primary source of labeling a students level of learning I think that a progressive method using a number of tests to see how that student is doing is necessary Testsexams are used as a simple way to distinguish those who know the subject from those who supposedly dont Keeping tabs on how a student is doing and then coming to a conclusion would be a better approach than using one exam It gives the students who are good test-takers a better opportunity to show how much they really know Using just
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