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objective test

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(Education) a test, such as one using multiple-choice questions, in which the feelings or opinions of the person marking it cannot affect the marks given
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You are now able to schedule your own 2015 objective tests and case study exams.
Dr Michael Grey, reader in motor neuroscience at the University of Birmingham, and Tony Belli, a consultant neurosurgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital will use cutting edge technology to try to understand the effects of concussion, and develop objective tests before determining whether players can resume sport.
Other studies showed that, even though there was a relationship between hot flashes and what women said about memory problems, objective tests didn't confirm it.
I'm a big believer in objective tests, Justice Kennedy," Clement said.
The rules on furnished holiday lets were introduced in 1984 to provide simple, objective tests to determine when self-catering holiday accommodation could be treated as a trade for tax purposes.
Allergy diagnosis depends primarily on the clinical history; the history, aided by a physical examination, guides objective tests of IgE sensitivity.
For these reasons, objective tests are the most widely used type of written evaluation.
Objective tests that can help diagnose ischemia are exercise tolerance tests, nuclear studies, stress echoes, or perhaps even CT coronary angiograms.
The quantitative nature of these courses is such that they lend themselves to objective tests with precise answers.
First, under the new objective tests, a wider pool of "wealthy" expatriates is expected to report taxable estates during the 10 years after expatriating.
The scrimmages cover seven objective tests, while the regional competition at the end of January will include the speech, interview and essay portions to complete the 10-subject academic competition.
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