oral exam


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Noun1.oral exam - an examination conducted by spoken communication
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"
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Foreign professionals wishing to seek licence in the UAE need to appear for a written theory exam and an oral exam to clear the licensing procedures.
It may be that: "the more rigid the structure of oral exam, the higher the reliability"24.
The same list shows that many candidates with poor results in the written exam were given high scores in oral exams. In one example, a candidate who got 77 percent in the written exam obtained 100 percent in the oral exam.
The Civil Aviation Administration said the 10 failed the oral exam on handling emergency situations given after the crash on February 4 and need to be retrained.
The Olympiad included the following nominations: The Best Composition, Young Reciter, Young Speechmaker, oral examination in Russian language, oral exam in history of Russia and Russian culture.
The oral exam can be a more robust and tailored assessment of students' understanding than the written exam.
The school, which launched in September following the merger of Llanrumney and Rumney high schools, has written to parents asking them if they want their children to continue preparing for the GCSE Welsh oral exam.
As part of Musharaf's GCSE oral exam, he will have to write a report and read it aloud - a task that seems impossible when this programme begins.
We were pleasantly surprised (shocked, actually) to hear that a message had been sent to the nearby embassies that, if we happened to show up, the Department had scheduled us to take the oral exam in Pretoria, South Africa, about six weeks from that date.
She focuses on topics emphasized in periodontal residency graduate exams and the oral exam of the American Board of Periodontology, including evidence-based dentistry, anatomy, furcations, epidemiology and etiology, pharmacology, prognosis, occlusion, mucogingival therapy, inflammation, oral medicine and pathology, lasers, medical emergencies, and treatment planning.