a medical examination is conducted without delay
The action or process of conducting such an inspection or investigation
the treaty is under examination by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
A formal test of a person's knowledge or proficiency in a particular subject or skill
he scraped through the examinations at the end of his first year
The formal questioning of a defendant or witness in court
the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; "when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions"
interrogation: formal systematic questioning
examen: a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)
the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned
A test or an examination (or "exam") is an assessment intended to measure a test-taker's knowledge, skill, aptitude, physical fitness, or classification in many other topics (e.g., beliefs). ...
A formal test involving answering written or oral questions with no or limited access to text books or the like; An inspection by a doctor or other medically qualified person to establish the extent and nature of any sickness or injury
(Examinations) External assessments set and marked by the VCAA. All VCE Units 3 and 4 studies have at least one examination. Most written examinations are held in October and November, with a small number in June. Performance examinations and oral components of LOTE examinations are held in October.
(Examinations) A formalized process designed to evaluate a student’s theoretical and/or practical learning outcomes. Final examinations, if part of the course requirements, must be written at the date and time assigned. ...
(Examinations) Most international students come from countries where an examination is given only at the end of the school year. In an American classroom, short tests called "quizzes" are very common. ...
(Examinations) There will be two mid-term tests and one final. Each is worth 100 points. THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UPS. Midterm 1 will cover Chapters 1 - 4; Midterm 2 will cover Chapters 5 - 9. The final will cover Chapters 10 - 17. ...
approximately 6 examinations, 50 points per, ON LINE, WEB CT.
The study of the instruments and muniments incident to a chain of title to determine their effect and condition in order to reach a conclusion as to the status of the title.
The process of determining the vesting of title, and encumbrances burdening land.
In dentistry, investigating the mouth for diagnostic purpose. There are many distinct types of examinations. ...
an investigation or inspection undertaken for the purpose of diagnosis
The medical examination of an applicant for Life or Health insurance.
is evaluating the preparation of prospective statements, support underlying assumptions, and presentation. The accountant reports whether, in his or her opinion, the statements conform to AICPA guidelines and assumptions provide a reasonable basis for the responsible party's forecast. ...
Action of an » expert to enable him/her to produce a » decision on a » criterion or on a » requirement. An examination might require the analysis of the » product, of its » documentation, of further documents (e.g. ...
the physical inspection of goods to verify that their characteristics are in accordance with the particulars furnished in the Customs destination which covers them.
The investigation of the structure, mate-rials, and condition of cultural property including the identification of the extent and causes of alteration and deterioration.
A formal assessment conducted at a prescribed time by the University, not being a test or other form of assessment conducted by a subject co-ordinator or other member of the teaching staff.
is a “comprehensive and specific testing process performed by the physical therapist that leads to a diagnostic classification or, as appropriate, to a referral to another practitioner. The examination has three components: the patient/client history, the systems reviews, and tests and measures. ...
The questioning of a witness under oath or affirmation.
An inspection or investigation. As pertains to court action, the term is used to describe a preliminary hearing before the district court to determine whether there is sufficient cause to hold a person to answer a felony charge before the circuit court.