Open Book Tests

January 9, 2008
By Tanner Barrett, Dell Rapids, SD

How true. Almost all test focus on memorization skills, rather than learning the actual material. Who will remember pointless science terms and extremely long math problems, if they go into business, or construction? I know I won’t. And I also hate it when teachers think you are irresponsible if you don’t know a certain material. And worst of all, us as kids can’t do anything about it! One example to this problem is this: at the beginning of high school a student should pick what course in life they want to take (Art, Science, Math, etc.) and base all their studies on that. That’s what Norway does


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