Some articles on examination:
... Stool examination should be performed when infection with S ... japonicum is suspected, and urine examination should be performed if S ... The examination can be performed on a simple smear (1 to 2 mg of fecal material) ...
... He passed Matriculation Examination in 1951 and got admitted to City College (Mirzapur branch) to study commerce as his maternal uncle, who was a businessman and also his guardian, promised him a job of an ... In 1953, he passed Intermediate Commerce Examination, but gave up studying commerce and got admitted to the Presidency College (now Presidency University, Kolkata) with Honours in Bengali ...
... signs of the horse will also be assessed along with an examination of the horse’s eyes, teeth and manure ... Manual, “The date, time and place of the examination should also be recorded” ... performed along with a thorough hoof examination ...
... Gross examination or "grossing" is the process by which pathology specimens are inspected with the bare eye to obtain diagnostic information, while being processed for ... Gross examination of surgical specimens is typically performed by a pathologist, or by a pathologists' assistant working within a pathology practice ... The initial step in any examination of a clinical specimen is confirmation of the identity of the patient and the anatomical site from which the specimen was ...
... The CFP Certification Examination is a 10-hour multiple choice exam, divided into one four-hour session (Friday afternoon) and two three-hour sessions (Saturday) ...
More definitions of "examination":
- (noun): The act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned.
- (noun): Examination of conscience (as done daily by Jesuits).
- (noun): The act of examining something closely (as for mistakes).
Famous quotes containing the word examination:
“A clergyman, again, can hardly ever allow himself to look facts fairly in the face. It is his profession to support one side; it is impossible, therefore, for him to make an unbiased examination of the other.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“Whilst Marx turned the Hegelian dialectic outwards, making it an instrument with which he could interpret the facts of history and so arrive at an objective science which insists on the translation of theory into action, Kierkegaard, on the other hand, turned the same instruments inwards, for the examination of his own soul or psychology, arriving at a subjective philosophy which involved him in the deepest pessimism and despair of action.”
—Sir Herbert Read (18931968)
“The Afrocentric exploration of the black past only scratches the surface. A full examination of the ancestry of those who are referred to in the newspapers as blacks and African Americans must include Europe and Native America.”
—Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)