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    level 7 January 29th, 2014 The Examination!! University Entrance Examinations, which is the exam that students must pass with higher score than norm in order to get accepted into universities and colleges, is most important exam to determine students’ future. Each year on July 4th to 10th, in Vietnam gets busier. Candidates and their parents will across country to the two biggest cities: Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City for the most important exam. Some people think the Entrance Exam must be compulsory for

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    Are you worried about your exam scores? Have you ever joined in an after-class learning organization? According to the recent social research, 18% of the students who join in the after-class organizations for learn really get an improving result. But 68% of them did not improve their scores in school test. Even worse, the rest of them were no good than before. Some after-class learning organizations should be forbidden because they are not only useless, but also waste people lots of money.

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    Expectations and Education

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    Expectations and Education One of the most sought-after goals in the world of marketing is a high degree of consumer satisfaction. But in the world of education, satisfaction by itself should not be the criterion for success. If both satisfaction and performance are high, we have cause for celebration. If satisfaction is high and performance is low, as is currently the case in the United States, we have cause for serious alarm. According to Stevenson and Stigler in "The Learning Gap", American

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    one of the greatest minds to ever set foot on planet Earth. Some see Einstein as an all knowing figure that was perfect in every way, a common misconception. As a child, Einstein encountered speech difficulties and didn’t even pass his college entrance exam. What really made Einstein stand out was his ability of higher level thinking. Someone who has accumulated a vast base of knowledge may appear to be intelligent but will lack critical thinking skills. This person will know everything there

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    distress because the latter is able to appraisal process ad coping the ability of the individuals. (Sun, 2013) A methodological problem is the “examination stress” is when a student got so stress of examinations due to the “academic stress” that can be a range of school activates and other work. A student sometime unable to handle all the activities and examination at the same time that can cause student go in to panic attack, which is result of stress.

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    Facts and Innovation of Education in China

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    sleep per day and about 42% students have less than half an hour free time per day. Half of them have no free time at all. For most high students in China, all the hard work aims at one thing, and the thing is called the National College Entrance Examination. In fact, it’s an exam which lasts 2 or 3 days depending individually on provinces, takes place nationally and synchronously, and the final score of the exam determines which college a student may get in. Although students fill out forms indicating

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    Religion In Our Lives

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    this upon which George Weckman focuses his article. The author defines the characteristics of a community in a number of ways. For one, he claims that some sort of initiation or "entrance ritual" needs to occur in order to mark the acceptance of an individual into the community as a whole. In addition to these entrance rituals, the individual will, most likely, participate in other types of rituals throughout his life. This may include his eventual departure from the community, such as death. Secondly

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    day-school, where he obviously is quite happy. The teachers are described as enthusiastic and he also says that this was the time when he learned most. Morris is a good student, always near to the top of the class, and with 13, he passes the Common Entrance, which allows him to visit a public school. He is accepted by the King's School, Canterbury, which his brother has just left. Although Morris is proud of his achievement, he also is sad and scared having to leave his home, admitting that he never

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    obsessed with Eli having a high standard of excellence, Eli getting special treatment because he is part of the higher group, and for those reasons, Eli is ashamed of himself, and terrified of telling his father and mother that he failed the entrance examinations.  All of these things are examples of what happens in the arrogant sub culture which exists today. During the beginning of the story, Doctor Remenzel is obsessed with the idea of his son Eli looking good.  An example of this would be when

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    Henri Matisse

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    prepare himself for the entrance examination at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (Essers 7). Henri failed his first attempt, leading to his departure from the Academie. He then enrolled at the Ecole des Arts decoratifs and that is where his friendship with Albert Marquet began. They started working alongside of Gustave Moreau, a distinguished teacher at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, even though they had not been accepted (Essers 12). In 1895, Henri finally passed the Beaux-Arts entrance examination and his pathway to

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