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The Alternative Road They are a constant presence in everyones life It is a simple truth that we have each been subject to them in some form or another at various points throughout our years It may also go with out saying that in most instances they have been greeted with nothing but scowled faces and a solid stream of complaints What is this repugnant enigma of our existence that is being referred to here It is simply a test From the moment one begins hisher academic career tests are an aspect that is not only inevitable but also unavoidable The test is the most commonly used as well as the oldest form of assessment They come in various shapes and disguises These may include a multiple choice test printed on a scantron a series of essay questions placed on a handout or perhaps an oral quiz where the students scrawl their answers on their very own notebook paper Whatever the preferred method may be the test is designed to gauge a students progress That is the test is intended to give an idea to the teacher the parent as well as the student as to what knowledge heshe has learned and retained within a given period of time Is this simple form of testing always an appropriate means of assessment however To argue this lets look at an orange On the surface an orange is said to be good for you It is a healthy fruit that is full of vitamins and nutrients that our bodies need to grow and function properly This assessment of an oranges attributes is comparable to the common test It is a rough estimate of what is accomplished Just like the orange is said to be good for you a student may earn an A on a particular test The conclusion is then drawn that the student has answered all of the questions on the test correctly
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