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  • I’m a certified Grammar Nazi, and I couldn’t pass IELTS

    IELTS, which stands for International English Language Testing System, meticulously examines one’s language skills for the purpose of working or studying in certain English-speaking countries; notably Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom...

    It is a moment many IELTS-takers have experienced, wracked with guilt for not having visited enough “Tips and Tricks for IELTS” websites; although I’d reasoned that the only “trick” needed to...

  • JI lawmaker disqualified over impersonation in exam

    PESHAWAR: A local election tribunal on Thursday disqualified Jamaat-i-Islami MPA Malik Behram Khan over impersonation in his graduation examination and ordered by-elections in his constituency, PK-93, Dir III...

    The tribunal chief, Shah Jee Rehman, issued an order for Malik Behram’s disqualification over the petition of his rival candidate, Sahibzada Sanaullah of Pakistan People’s Party
  • A visit to intermediate exam centre for madressah students

    “The college isn’t in a sensitive locality or anything but when turned into an exam centre it does change in nature to be listed as ‘sensitive’; you’ll see why,” Mohammad Mansoor, associate professor of commerce at the college told Dawn...

    He was allowed to carry on with his exam though his case would be referred to the unfair means committee of the board...

  • AIOU decides to reform exam system

    ISLAMABAD: Following the scandal in which a student was marked pass in a workshop conducted after his death, the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has decided to bring reforms to its examination system...

    It may be noted that the MA Arabic student from Gujrat was marked present in the 24-day workshop at the AIOU, which took place after his death in August, 2014
  • Our exam system

    OUR present system of examination is defective...

    The questions set for examination papers test the memory rather than the intelligence of students
  • Senators want increase in age-limit for CSS exam candidates

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate urged the government on Thursday to immediately do necessary legislation for increasing the age-limit of candidates appearing in the CSS examinations...

    It also asked the government to take up with the provinces the issue of growing issuance of fake domiciles and submit a report to the house within two months
  • Exam tips you can’t do without

    Giving an exam is the most dreadful and torturous experience of student life, which also gives you the sweet fruit of your labour by promoting you to the next class, and the same merciless cycle of studies, tests and exams all over again...

    And besides hard work, how you prepare for your exams, how you manage your exam stress and perform on the examination day are some factors that influence your result...

  • Bajaur students protest cancellation of exam results

    KHAR: Scores of students here on Saturday staged a protest demonstration against the management of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Chakdara for cancellation of their results on the basis of unfair means cases in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations...

    Chanting slogans against the management of the board, a large number of students of various schools participated in the protest
  • Subject specialists ignored in exam duty

    Finance secretary Iqbal Khan Marwat informed the meeting that not a single subject specialist had been deputed in the intermediate exam duty from Karak...

    The participants said that during last SSC exam, even a retired teacher was assigned duty...

  • Cheating in SSC exam

    THE Matric (SSC) examinations were held recently in Karachi...

    Unfortunately these exams will produce barely literate cheats instead of scholars
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