examination

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  • The police were called and the foot was taken away for examination.
  • Though he expressed the wish to become an official, he never took the civil service examination.
  • Both schools often top the examination result tables for the city and county.
  • Authors are expected to keep all study data for later examination even after publication.
  • It was used as the site for civil service examinations and military training.
  • He passed his final examinations as number one in his class.
  • He never took part in the final examinations, which were in summer of every year.
  • The opposing side then may ask their own questions in what is called cross-examination.
  • Also well-known is the cross-examination debate applied in both criminal law and civil law.
  • From thousands of candidates who sat for the post war examination he placed sixth.
  • Some examinations could not take place since critical time had passed.
  • There were military schools for training before taking the military division of the imperial examinations.
  • A brain-dead individual has no clinical evidence of brain function upon physical examination.
  • Physical examinations are given every two years for school personnel and those who have retired.
  • The first large-scale mental test may have been the imperial examination system in China.
  • In the final examinations, in the spring of his fourth year, he received a first-class.
  • Education departments give entrance examinations to sort students into schools of different levels.
  • He went on to become captain of the school cricket team, but left before taking any examinations.
  • Eventually, he was allowed to study at another technical college, where he passed the school-leaving examinations.
  • This makes it one of the largest such examinations in the world.
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Words starting with examination

Meaning of examination

  • noun The act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
  • noun A set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge
    when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions
  • noun The act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned