English version

continuous assessment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontinuous assessmentcontinuous assessmentBritish EnglishSE a way of judging a student’s ability by looking at the work they have done during the year rather than by an examination continuous
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continuous assessmentThe intrinsic discipline of the subject is conveyed through the course-work and teaching approach, while being monitored through continuous assessment.B.Eds were about equally divided between continuous assessment and examinations, with some project work.Many of our courses include a project in the continuous assessment element.Student performance will be judged on the basis of degree examination results, thesis and continuous assessment, following current University regulations.People only accumulate competencies by continuous assessment of skills they do in their day to day job.Against this, they will be making continuous assessments of the scale of current bank lending.Student progress is monitored by means of continuous assessment on a range of practical exercises.On none of these courses was there any examination: continuous assessment was preferred.
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