Why exams are important?
Exams are necessary for students:
It gives us potential and more learnings. Exams can be a good challenge, to know how smart and good we are in listening, by recalling all the learnings that we learned. Exams are necessary because it will happen when we are at elementary, high school, college and even at work, because they need to know what you can do and what you can't do.
Exams are why they are studying:
Many students are studying becuase exams. If we don't have exams, why would we study? Also, we can know our real knowledge, and it is part of practice to not getting too nervous. Through exam, students know thier knowledge, and compare to other students and get cheered up. Many students will not have a chance to know where their knowledge is.
Exams motivate students to learn:
Exams are necessary for students, because without exams, students would not be as motivated to learn the material. There would also not be a way for institutions for higher education, or potential employers, to tell which students were willing to work that hardest. Exams motivate students to learn, knowing they will be evaluated.
Examinations are measuring device:
Today, every appliance we use now undergoes checking and comes for sale. Starting from a cell phone to airplaneevery product in a market undergoes checking. If these these tnings itself need checking then humans too need it. So in humans checking is done through examinations.We know the the capability and the skill of a student only through examinations.
Proving his/her talent:
Because as no brain works equally, each individual has his own talent. One can evaluate a student on different factors through exams i.e. Memory, Knowledge, Skills, Talent, Interests, etc.
Without exams, they would never learn:
Without exams, there is nothing motivating the student to learn. Students would not have to direct their attention in class because there is nothing to study for. Only students with good motivation to learn would make it in the real world. Exams are a reflection on how hard the student has worked in class and should stay completely mandatory.