examinee


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ex·am·in·ee

 (ĭg-zăm′ə-nē′)
n.
One that is examined.

examinee

(ɪɡˌzæmɪˈniː)
n
(Education) a person who takes an examination

ex•am•i•nee

(ɪgˌzæm əˈni)

n.
a person who is examined.
[1780–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.examinee - someone who is tested (as by an intelligence test or an academic examination)
passer - a student who passes an examination
answerer, responder, respondent - someone who responds
Translations

examinee

[ɪgˌzæmɪˈniː] Nexaminando/a m/f

examinee

n (Sch) → Prüfling m; (Univ) → (Examens)kandidat(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
The thoughts (if any) in the mind of the examinee are of no interest to the examiner; nor has the examiner any reason to suppose even the most successful examinee capable of even the smallest amount of thought.
Commenting on the development in a statement, director of drivers' training and qualification within RTA's licensing agency, Khaled Alsalehi, said: "The project aims to hit multiple targets highlighted by bringing more transparency and reducing the error margin in taking the pass or fail decision in respect of the examinee without human intervention, thanks to the smart system in use."
Khaled Al Saleh, director of Drivers Training and Qualification Department in RTA's Licensing Agency, said the project aims to hit multiple targets highlighted by bringing more transparency and reducing the error margin in taking the Pass or Fail decision in respect of the examinee without human intervention.
Another examinee dropped out on the last Sunday, when the Remedial Law and Legal and Judicial Ethics and Practical Exercises exams were given.
Compared with the traditional linear tests, each examinee in computerized adaptive testing (CAT) takes a unique test that is dynamically adjusted to his/her performance level.
" The test material is run in a voice-over translation accompanying the text written in the language of the examinee," said Ahmed Hashim Bahrozyan, CEO of the RTA Licensing Agency.
The most important one is that of authentication of examinee and examiner.
Consequently, it is critical that systematic errors in the testing process do not affect examinee scores and inappropriately influence program placement, treatment, services, and outcomes.
Question Two was a typical multiple choice question which asked the examinee to fill in the missing word in the following sentence: 'I live the river.'
As they were accomplishing the initial no flap touch and go, the examinee landed and pushed up the power for the touch and go.
After decreasing substantially through the late 1990s, examinee volumes for all 3 exams have steadily increased since 2001.