Who invented the test?

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Student life is a sweet life, if there is no exam’ — many students may have thought that they were bored the night before the exam. Many people may have thought, ‘If only I could get hold of the test I discovered …’ It is difficult to say for sure who discovered the test. Google found the name of an American gentleman. Henry Fischel. Born on November 20, 1913. He died on March 2, 2008. He is considered to be the father of modern experimental methods.

 

The gentleman taught at Indiana University in the United States. Was Professor Emeritus. One day, he thought, any event or person needs to be properly checked and sorted before reaching a final decision. And for this verification-selection, a specific test method is required. Then, with much thought, he devised a process of taking the test.

 

History has shown that Henry Fischel’s experiment was tested on Earth many years before his discovery. It can be said that the beginning of the experimental system is in the beginning of civilization. It is learned that the Chinese were the first to start it.

History has shown, however, that Henry Fischel’s experiment was invented on Earth many years before his discovery. It can be said that the beginning of the experimental system is in the beginning of civilization. It is learned that the Chinese were the first to start it. The kings of the Sui dynasty introduced the ‘Standardized Test’ or Sovereign Test for recruitment to government service. That was in 605 AD.

 

Interestingly, the word test or English examination did not come from China. The Latin word ‘examinationname’ was adopted by the French. They used to pronounce ‘examinacion’ (examinacion). From there he went to Europe in various ways.

Turning to different routes means going from France to Germany, from Germany to England and America. The British East India Company gave it an institutional form. They refurbished the old system of Chinese civilization. Our region, that is, India, has been ruled by the East India Company for a long time. As a result, their education system, examination system — a lot of things are going on in this region. The way our school-college-university exams or job placement exams are conducted is a lot taught by those old British.

However, history also shows that education in the Indian subcontinent began long before the advent of the East India Company. In those 427 AD, there was Nalanda University in India, a world famous educational institution like Takshashila. In the beginning, it is not known that there was any system of examination in those educational institutions. They considered the acquisition of knowledge as the biggest reward, not the result of the test.

Over time, those histories have disappeared. Now it is not the acquisition of knowledge, but the acquisition of test results and certificates that has become paramount. The main purpose of studying nowadays is to prepare for exams. Learned something or not … he will be seen later!s

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