Exam in a sentence as a noun

After exams, he gets a pile of USB keys, one for each exam.

The eighth-graders dont care; they rush through the exam, and they dont check their work, Abbott said.

Bootcamp in the Marine Corps is an example of a tough hiring practice.

My first 4 years studying ME in Stuttgart were almost 100% lectures with a final exam at the end of the semester.

He could have learned just as much with a handwritten flier on the college notice board - "Your mock exam reviewed by a postgrad, 10.

So, the last thing I want to do is spend that time effectively preparing for a data structures and algorithms exam.

No ***** were found, so doctors performed a second ****** exam, again unavailing.

This obviously wasn't cheating since it was within the prescribed parameters for the exam.

And these are the students who pass our placement exam, and aren't obliged to take one of our many algebra and precalculus courses.

Remember: over 400,000 students write the exam every year, so almost everyone ends up in a field they're not interested in.

I've hit the books for a couple of weeks prior to interviews where I've been grilled on these subjects in greater depth than I experienced during my exams in grad school.

Regarding this part:"Doctors took X-rays of Eckert’s abdomen and performed a ****** examination.

It's important knowledge, I get that, but I don't want to have to mentally reload the material in "exam ready" memory simply to pass yet another interview.

You have to get through series of examinations that over the years have gotten very _very_ tough: they basically expect you to know things in Physics, Chemistry and Math that - atleast in the US - are not taught till the third year of college.

My interviewers should feel free to evaluate my knowledge, but does this really have to be more grueling and take four times as long my final exams in college/grad school?It's not that a technical screening isn't valuable, it's that the grueling nature of these interviews means that if you can't recursively print out all permutations of a string on the spot, right now, don't get confused up there at the whiteboard, you're a no-hire.

Exam definitions


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"

See also: examination test