September 13, 2012



Points: Introduction – An examination hall is thrill and excitement – Conclusion.

Examinations have become a very important and essential feature of our academic institution. The work of the students is now determined by their success in examinations.

The examinations as they are conducted in our schools, colleges and universities are of three hours. An examination hall in full of thrills and excitement for the examinees. Their hearts beat hard and they tremble when they enter the hall. They take their respective seats pronouncing the name of God. One is completely detached from the rest of the world. When the final bell rings silence prevails in the room. When the invigilators enter the room, all look serious. Each candidate is supplied with an answer book and a question paper. Thus the examination sets in.

This period of three hours in an examination hall is full of tense and worries, If the questions set in examinations are common and expected ones, a sign of relief is observed on the faces of the examinees. Good and serious students busy themselves from the outset in answering the questions. Time becomes a factor for them. They remain so much in hurry that they don't get time to move their heads. There are some non-serious candidates who have no fear of the examination. They carry all possible materials for copying in the examination hall. This is indeed very bad on their part. If they devote their time to their study, they are sure to do well in all papers. Serious efforts are made by the invigilators to prevent such dullards and dunces from adopting unfair means in the examination halls. The closing period of the examination is more thrilling. Some remain awfully busy in revising or completing the answers where as others make all out efforts to copy as much as possible. When the final bell goes the scripts are taken away by the invigilators.

Examinations bring degrees and careers to successful candidates. The greater the success the more lucrative jobs they get. This is the reason why examinations are regarded with such keen and anxious interest. They are a passport to success.

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