After the exam, they often invite applicants to unload any mental burdens they might be carrying.
The Tawjihe exam, all by itself, dictates these students' entire future.
Like American standardized testing, the Tawjihe exam favors the haves over the have-nots.
Often enough, the minute I enter my exam room the patient bursts into hysterical tears.
Polygraphers typically spend hours on the exam, building rapport with applicants.
It would be absurd to deny that I am hugely bucked at the result, but I had had a pretty strenuous training for the exam.
I have a Latin exam to-morrow and I've set my alarm for five-thirty.
And do some of it—say, a little more than will enable you merely to pass the exam.
Isn't it an awful shame, to turn you off merely because you didn't pass the exam?
"About as much chance as my passing a Bible exam," said Turkey cheerfully.
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