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livermore asked 2 weeks ago

Success in formal “pen and paper” examination is often seen to be a sign of intelligence.
To what extent to you agree with the view that formal exams measure intelligence?
As “pen and paper” examinations were developed they became the main way to measure intelligence. Nowadays they are used in all types of educational settings and are called testing exams. I agree with the view that formal examinations measure intelligence.
The advantage of formal exams is that they can evaluate the knowledge of a student. Usually a student that does well in this type of exams, does well in other tasks such as assignments and researches. In addition, exams include a range of tasks measure different types of skills. However, there are several drawbacks. First is the chance to predict probable answers and get prepared to these exams. Furthermore, testing questions have four or five choices of answers, so one can find answers just by looking for familiar information.
However, formal examinations can not measure all types of brain activity. For this reason some other types of exams exist. Other kind of testing are listening, speaking and reading contest. Some people feel more confident while doing other types of test apart from formal ones. The main drawback of these exams monitor just one type of thinking while formal examinations may have all of these combined.
To sum up, formal exams are not perfect, but they are the most reliable ones, because there are no as efficient ways to measure IQ as formal exams. They can reveal the best results of a student in a relatively short time.

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Rachel answered 3 days ago

As “pen and paper” examinations were developed they became the main way to measure intelligence. Nowadays they are used in all types of educational settings and are called testing exams. I agree with the view that formal examinations measure intelligence.
The advantage of formal exams is that they can evaluate the knowledge of a student. Usually a student that does well in this type of exams, does well in other tasks such as assignments and researches. In addition, exams include a range of tasks measure different types of skills. However, there are several drawbacks. First is the chance to predict probable answers and get prepared to (confuse prep.) these exams. Furthermore, testing questions have four or five choices of answers, so one can find answers just by looking for familiar information.
However, formal examinations cannot (can not) measure all types of brain activity. For this reason some other types of exams exist. Other kind of testing are listening, speaking and reading contest. Some people feel more confident while doing other types of test apart from formal ones. The main drawback of these exams monitor just one type of thinking while formal examinations may have all of these combined.
To sum up, formal exams are not perfect, but they are the most reliable ones, because there are no as efficient ways to measure IQ as formal exams. They can reveal the best results of a student in a relatively short time.
Task achievement – 5.0

  • underword
  • present main ideas but not sufficiently developed

Coherence and cohesion – 5.0

  • The second paragraph is not logically arranged
  • improper use of cohesive devices at places.

Lexical resource – 5.5

  • use limited range of vocabulary

Grammatical range and accuracy – 5.5

  • error in punctuation
  • use limited range of structures (mix of complex and simple forms)

Overall 5.0

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