Examination in a sentence as a noun

There, anyone can pass a demanding standard examination and having done so can drive a cab.

You can save yourself a ton of trouble if you do a self-examination every once in a while.

At my school, you had a series of qualifying examinations and you had a committee.

So, please, if you have a fall: go to the doctor, and have them do a real examination immediately.

Upon closer examination, the retired officer says, "We found there was no data behind the links.

Industry wide conversations start these ways and examination of a problem is crucial before we can attempt to solve it.

I initiated this site in order to produce income — a reason which seemed to require no further examination at the time.

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

Patents can be challenged by 3rd parties through an "ex-parte re-examination request".

Under closer examination concept is simple - work closer with customers.

The continued examination yielded the most recent non-final rejection, on 06/24/2011.

The examination finding that prompted the biopsy was persistent cough and general fatigue accompanied by an abnormal chest X-ray.

Examination definitions


the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)

See also: scrutiny


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: exam test


formal systematic questioning

See also: interrogation interrogatory


a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)

See also: examen


the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned

See also: testing