Examination Book

Examination Book

 

a document given to a student of a higher educational institution or a pupil of a secondary specialized educational institution, in which are entered all the subjects included in the curriculum (with an indication of their scope and hours of study); also entered and dated are the marks that a student has earned on his examinations in classes, laboratory and other projects, and production and curricular practical work, as well as the marks received on course and diploma projects. The examination book also notes a student’s (or pupil’s) promotion to the next course of studies.

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Besides who's to keep me up to working at the examination books? I shall come out bottom of the form, as sure as eggs is eggs."
He added that an exception was made to the printing and processing of the examination book for the sixth grade of the Cabinet Decision No.
BLUNDERING teachers caused pupils to be disqualified from an exam after they wrongly told them they could take their examination book in with them.
Hazardous conditions that were obvious and extensive were not recorded in the preshift examination book and not corrected, and the operator permitted miners to work in these areas.
Dr Kazim directed reservation of separate time for girls and boys students in the library and provision of competitive examination books for assistance of students.
So drivers and non-drivers alike - do get an eye examination booked if you're due one.
The examination books showed that the area had not been inspected for three weeks, and the mine was cited under, and paid a $108 fine.
In summary, there are many board examination books available, but this one is better written, more authoritative, more rigorous educationally, and more fun to read than most.
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