There is no doubt that these days a habitual exams became as an essential part in secondary schools. The question is, are monthly exams perfect method to provide the students for their live after graduation?. In this essay I’m going to discuss my view and draw my personal conclusion.
In positive side tests will give the students a chance to get a high score to accept them in colleges. The main reason given to support this claim is that increasing number of graduate students every year, which lead the colleges to choose the highest efficiency of students. To illustrate, there are a standardized test as required for accept in colleges in my country. So the regular tests will help the students to pass it easily.
In the other hand, these normal tests may less the benefit for the students who have a plan to work, because they need to improve their experiences and skills rather than get a good degrees. In other words, there are important soft skills like interpersonal skills, communication skills and time management for graduate students to prepare themselves for a work life. However, tests can also help to improve several of skills like thinking and management time or get a variety of general information.
In conclusion. Although a habitual tests may bring a diff good benefits , it still unbenefits for others which means it depends on the graduate students’ plan. Therefore, I believe that exams in secondary schools have a huge effect on students after graduation.
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thanks for all your tips i will review it again and keep it in mind
Great! Also, remember to have a capital letter for “I” (“I will review it”)