Viewing Examinations Rightly

[Of Special Interest to Young Men and Women]

School examinations are often feared because they are thought of as presenting some unknown or obscure demands; whereas usually they present the opportunity to recapitulate or restate what has been learned during the preceding months.

As examinations approach, one may be assailed with the fear that he will not remember what he has learned, or that he will fail and that this in turn may stop all further academic and educational progress.

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