Essay On Standardized Test

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Many people state that standardized test is the most suitable way to estimate students’ intelligence, but others, in contrast, have a completely different attitude and hold the opinion that standardized test is not the most optimal way to survey knowledge of students. By weighing its pros and cons of this issue carefully, in my humble opinion, I can definitely side with the idea that it’s not reasonable for students to measure their knowledge by testing standardized test. Now allow me to explain my standpoint with a few conspicuous facts below:

To begin with, the story of Nick Vujicic is a typical example to illustrate that standardized test is not essential for students to estimate their ability. Nick Vujicic was born in Australia. He was limbless, missing both arms at shoulder level, as well as legless. His feet were toeless except for two toes on one foot. When Vujicic studied at the school, he was
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When Coco Chanel was 12 years old, Chanel’s mother passed away and her father left the whole family because of his work so that she did not acquire enough knowledge and just learned the skill of a seamstress. However, when she lived in Paris, she began to design hats. She thought the women’s hats of the day were ridiculous and exaggerated, and she considered that the women’s hats of the day looked like a big garden worn by women, so she designed hats with those same clean lines, modest in their simplicity and classically timeless in design. Finally, Coco Chanel became a great designer and had a enormous company of clothes. Even if she did not pass the standardized test, she still achieved so much, and it’s evident that standardized test cannot measure students’ intelligence because intelligence is full of extremely big potential, and people will have a lot of opportunity to exploit the potential in the
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