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examiner in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexaminerex‧am‧in‧er /ɪɡˈzæmənə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  SECsomeone from a university, college, or professional institution who tests students’ knowledge or ability
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examinera bank examinerBank examiners say they track such sales and know the exposure of particular banks to a particular company.Britain's teachers too would welcome more use of external examiners, to lighten their workload.The paper is corrected and assessed by the teacher and by one external examiner.The subject examinations committee discusses moderations by the external examiner which may, of course, affect recommendations published in the examination booklet.It revealed that the main examiners of food labels were women, particularly and those in the higher socio-economic brackets.A medical examiner took a smear.A member of the board of examiners from 1925 to 1952, he took the chair in 1929.On the one hand, the examiner wants to be told nothing that is irrelevant to the question.Students who, in the opinion of the examiners, do not reach the required standard must take the exam again.The examiner told him to relax and then asked him to turn on the engine.