People all around the world have their noses crammed in books, notes, and power points, studying for upcoming exams. Whether you are a college student prepping for the GRE or final exams, or a high schooler getting ready for that big SAT, you are probably nervous just thinking about those exams. In order to get the compassion of Allah swt , he would recite this dua in times of distress. Out of all duas for students, this supplication can serve many purposes, as it can be used for standardized tests, and to help improve your speech both orally and in writing. Recite this duaa before delivering lectures, a big interview or any time you might need it:. Open up my heart and make my task easy for me, and loosen the knot from my tongue so that they might fully understand my speech. Oh Allah, and give me Tawfeeq to study and solving all the difficult problems through books. By your mercy, oh the best of the merciful ones. I entrust you with what I have read and I have studied. Oh Allah!
A student in Canada has been told she could not sit an exam after she refused to partially remove her hijab. The girl was asked by a male biology teacher to pull her headscarf behind her ears so he could see if she was wearing headphones, according to a spokesperson for the school in Montreal. According to Ms Legare, the student said the teacher could touch her hijab to prove she was not wearing headphones, but that "made the teacher uncomfortable". Following the exchange, the biology teacher told the girl she would not be able to sit an exam that day. The teacher had a policy whereby he asked all students to prove they were not using headphones to cheat by showing him their ears. Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard was asked about the incident and defended the teacher's actions.
Mr Gove announced plans earlier this year to replace most of the course work and modular tests that pupils currently undertake as part of their GCSEs with more rigorous end-of-course exams. But exam regulator Ofqual said it carried out the exercise to comply with the Equality Act Last night critics condemned the new report as a waste of time and money, only highlighting hypothetical effects on a tiny minority of the , pupils who will sit the new papers. We need common sense. We have been coping with exams from time immemorial. But the Ofqual equality analysis, drawn up by a company called Equality Research and Consulting Ltd and published this month, warns that introducing a single, final exam worth per cent of the marks could have an impact on teenagers who get pregnant while studying for GCSEs.
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