Jamie's taken his exam and is waiting for the results. Adam and Jo talk about the meaning of different exam results in the UK.

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  • Exams or continuous assessment – which do you prefer?
  • Which do you think is better?

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continuous assessment is used to decide whether or not children have attained their reading targets,i think this is the best way to find out your level .

I am prefer a continuous assessment than exam
on exam its not going very well for me even if i have the knowledge to take the test,
and does not show my real knowledge on the specific area.
i mean i do prefer grade for all what i have done on the year.

hey
i have got it now , does not matter

what is the meaning of assessment
on the film ?
thanks.

Hi. It's my first comment. i'm 59 years old and I'm not student . But I remenber when I was student, I prefered continuous assessments because it forces me to work more regularly and I felt readier for the final exam.
Thanks Marie

I think continuous assessment is better than big final exam because it can reduce stress and we do not have cram for it.

Thank a lot .

I prefer continuous assessments because they permit to recuperate quickly my mistakes. Having a long term exam doesn't help. I am 65 years old and I do not have a strong memory, I forget easily the new achievements. A continuous assessment would come in handy to have a continuous language revision.

Vincenzo

Hi everyone, what's the difference between "hand in" and "deliver"?

Thanks.

Vincenzo

Hi cenzino.scaringi,

'Hand in' refers to giving something to someone in person. It is typically used with papers, especially schoolwork. 'Deliver' is a more general word and can mean anything from a package being sent through the post to a pizza being brought to your door.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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