What is another word for Tests?

Pronunciation: [tˈɛsts] (IPA)

Tests are a common way to evaluate one's understanding of a particular topic. There are many synonyms for the word "tests" that can be used interchangeably to refer to the same concept. Some of these words include assessments, evaluations, examinations, trials, appraisals, probes, ordeals, measures, checkups, audits or scrutinies. All of these words can be used to represent the same idea of checking someone's knowledge on a particular topic. It is essential to remember that each of these words may have a slightly different connotation or context, but they all refer to the same notion of assessing someone's understanding of something.

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Usage examples for Tests

He has, therefore, recourse to other Tests for the determination of the mineral constituents of rocks.
"Geology"
James Geikie
Many of these Tests, however, can only be applied by those who have had long experience.
"Geology"
James Geikie
In all of these cases earlier Tests had been made months or years before.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler

Famous quotes with Tests

  • Tests and exams do not determine who is in the right standing. Tests and exams only determine who is left standing. However even if you are knocked down you can still rise again. How far you go in life does not depend on Tests and exams but on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the old, sympathetic and tolerant with others who are not as strong as yourself.
    Paul. F. Meekin
  • "At one time, the race depended upon quantity for survival," Toby said. "Now it is destroying itself. We believe that man's unique characteristics, imagination, psychic understanding, sympathy, and so forth, are being undermined. Even if the race survives physically, it won't be the same race. We won't be bright enough to recognize our fall from grace, either; that's the hell of it. Tests show that though our mental capacity is as great as ever, our use of it has slumped to an astonishing degree."
    Jane Roberts

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