exam paper

Also found in: Thesaurus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exam paper - a written examinationexam paper - a written examination    
exam, examination, test - 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"
References in periodicals archive ?
After the exam, students told CyBC that even though they thought the exam paper was overall easy, they had found the composition subject very difficult.
The 2014 NSC exam paper and answer memorandum will be released to candidates.
What was worse was that complete confusion reigned, ensuring that students in 160 out of the 213 examination centres in the state were busy solving the exam paper before they were stopped.
The SEC also messed up on the CSPE Junior Cert exam paper by presenting outdated information about the role of the referendum commission.
It followed a row which broke out when the pass mark of the exam paper was lowered in the summer.
The first question on the entrance exam paper reads "When you meet a woman, what interests you most about her?
Pakistan has set the standard of intolerance when it comes to misusing blasphemy laws, but sending a schoolboy to jail for something he scribbled on an exam paper is truly appalling," said Bede Sheppard, senior children's rights researcher at Human Rights Watch.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said they had twice been notified of exam paper theft from a college -believed to be independent Harrow Park Tutorial College -but could not say whether they related to separate crimes.
Question: If thousands and thousands of students consider their exam paper to be unfair, is it?
However, setting light to your exam paper in front of the teacher in contempt and in an effort to amuse one's friends should probably carry some kind of penalty.
The police said Atri was on the run since the crime branch took up the case following the AIIMS exam paper leak.
Micro-text" technology: in which the name of the school can be hidden in microscopic writing within a single letter on an exam paper.