Final exams – a manifesto for change

Click here to download a 15 slide PowerPoint presentation that puts forward the case for the abandonment of unrealistically timed, closed-book, invigilated, final examinations.

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One comment on “Final exams – a manifesto for change
  1. Frank says:

    Multiple Choice questions are not very good for problems involving trade-offs. Most business decisions are indeed the “trade-offs” type.

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