She said that with definitions such as that of wage getting standardised
, "it is expected there will be less disputes".
QNA Doha A workshop on the new changes to the standardised
approach in measuring credit risk, organised by the Union of Arab Banks (UAB) under the auspices of Qatar Central Bank (QCB), began in Doha on Monday.
Rote learning is also found in standardised
testing, which has undeniable merits and is a relevant and a valid test of skills and abilities that all students need to develop.
However, according to Joan Harris, an American school supervisor, standardised
tests fail to measure student achievement because they only cover a "small sample of knowledge".
This is because banks using the standardised
approach to calculate market risk capital requirements, including the bulk of second-tier, less sophisticated banks, will face steeper capital charges once they apply the revised approach.
IN response to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage's comments criticising standardised
tobacco packaging published in The Journal on September 26, these claims are unfounded.
"Research into the effect of standardised
tobacco packaging has shown that this can make a difference.
TEENAGERS and Merseyside MPs are urging the Government to back standardised
PLANS by the UK Government to press ahead with the introduction of standardised
cigarette packaging will apply to Wales, the Welsh Government has confirmed.
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In addition, the criteria for support states that the child ought to demonstrate a discrepancy between their standardised
WISC-IQ Full-scale score (in some circumstances their Verbal Scale IQ score) and a standardised
composite score gained from all three literacy sub-tests of the WORD.