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In the News (Fri 24 May 19)

Examinations are in use in parochial schools, Catholic academies, seminaries, and universities as tests of proficiency.
Examinations or something equivalent must enter into all effectual instruction, for it is not sufficient that a book be placed in the hands of a pupil or that he be compelled to attend lectures, but it is necessary to see that he grasps the ideas conveyed.
examination as a test of fitness, though bishops are free to approve, without such test, those priests who in their judgment are qualified for the work.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05673a.htm   (1164 words)

  Howard L. Nations Law Offices - Cross Examination
If, during direct examination, you determine that cross-examination is necessary, conduct a quick damage assessment from the perspective of the jury--keeping clearly in focus that the jurors are the sole judges of factual disputes, the credibility of the witnesses, and the amount of damages to be awarded.
When examining a witness who seeks to explain every answer, you may request the court to instruct the witness to limit answers during cross-examination to responses to the questions posed by the examiner and to further instruct that defense counsel, during redirect examination, will have a chance to bring out explanations.
Those examiners who do not seek to enlist the aid of the court in dealing with the problem witness and allow the witness to be unresponsive or evasive believe that the jurors will be able to detect the witness's lack of cooperation and candor and will draw their own adverse conclusions about the witness.
www.howardnations.com /crossexamination/cross_ex.html   (13236 words)

 Accelerated Examination
The USPTO has established procedures under which the examination of a patent application may be accelerated.
The USPTO is similarly revising the procedures for other petitions to make special, except those based on applicant’s health or age or the PPH pilot program.
Thus, petitions to make special, except those based on applicant’s health, age, or the PPH pilot program, will be required to comply with the requirements for petitions to make special under the accelerated examination program as set forth in this notice.
www.uspto.gov /web/patents/accelerated   (444 words)

 ACP Online - Internal Medicine In-Training Examination®   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The examination emphasizes the range of ten content areas important during the training of a general internist, including cardiology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, pulmonology/critical care medicine, rheumatology, nephrology, hematology/oncology, infectious disease, neurology, and general internal medicine (including, but not limited to, dermatology, ophthalmology, preventive medicine, psychiatry, geriatrics, women's health, nutrition, medical ethics, and biostatistics).
The examination is designed for residents at the midpoint in their training, but residents in all postgraduate training years also find it useful in providing educational feedback.
Examination materials and proctor instructions are mailed to program directors at the end of September, at least two weeks before the examination is administered.
www.acponline.org /cme/itelg.htm   (971 words)

It is a difficult space to examine so the disease may be hidden for quite a long time.
Examination of the Neck forms an integral part of examination of the larynx.
In infants and young children the pinna is pulled downwards and backwards to straighten the meatus.
members.tripod.com /docraza/exam.htm   (2457 words)

 American Board of Preventive Medicine ® - a Member Board of the ABMS
The certification examinations are intended to confirm the determination by the Board that the candidate is qualified by training and experience to claim competence in the respective specialty area.
The core examination emphasizes the approach of the physician to the prevention and control of disease in populations and the promotion of health.
There are no trick questions on the examinations, and it would be unusual for a question to reflect very recent events or issues (i.e., new "hot" topics) because of the lead time necessary to develop the full examination.
www.abprevmed.org /examinfo.cfm   (1539 words)

 NGC - NGC Summary
A comprehensive eye examination at 3 years of age continues to be the most effective approach to prevention or early detection of eye and vision problems in the preschool child.
To increase the ability to measure stereopsis, it is wise to use a matching procedure, in which the examiner constructs a set of figures that correspond to the figures in the stereopsis test booklet and simply asks the child to point to the picture he or she sees in the test booklet.
Although most of the examination procedures used with this age group are identical to those recommended for adults, age-appropriate modifications of instructions and targets often may be required.
www.guideline.gov /summary/summary.aspx?doc_id=3548   (5712 words)

 NASD - Registration & Qualifications - NASD Registration and Examination Requirements
This examination is designed to test a candidate’s knowledge of the rules and statutory provisions applicable specifically to municipal fund securities and the supervision of the activities of registered representatives effecting municipal fund securities transactions (e.g.
This examination is designed to test a candidate's knowledge of the rules and statutory provisions applicable to a municipal securities broker or dealer and to the supervision of the activities of municipal securities representatives.
The Series 14 Examination is a qualification examination intended to insure that the individuals designated as having day-to-day compliance responsibilities for their respective firms or who supervise ten or more people engaged in compliance activities have the knowledge necessary to carry out their job responsibilities.
www.nasd.com /web/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&ssDocName=NASDW_011051   (2049 words)

 Division of Certified Public Accounting - Licensure and Examination   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An examination window will be a three-month period comprised of two months in which the examination can be taken and one month in which the examination will not be offered while routine maintenance is performed and the item bank is refreshed.
All transfers are done under the "new rule" education requirements and the applicant must pass the Law and Rules examination (with a score of 80 percent) as well as the CPA Examination, with a score of at least 75 on all four parts.
Once an applicant passes two parts of the examination with a score of at least 50 on the remaining two parts, the applicant must pass the remaining parts within the next six times that the examination is given (three years) or the applicant must retake all four parts again.
www.state.fl.us /dbpr/cpa/business/licensing_pages/licensure_examination.shtml   (2186 words)

 CAP - Pap Examination: It Can Save Your Life
Since the Pap examination was introduced after World War II, death rates from uterine cervical cancer have decreased 70 percent in the U.S. Unfortunately, thousands of women still fail to have regular Pap examinations.
A Pap examination is usually performed at the time of a pelvic examination, which can help detect signs of cancer in female organs other than the cervix.
A Pap examination is a simple procedure in which your physician painlessly obtains cells from the surface of your cervix, often using a special brush to sample the area where most cancers begin to develop.
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 Testicular Examination and Testicular Self-Examination (TSE)
Testicular examination and testicular self-examination (TSE) are two different methods to detect lumps or abnormalities of the testicles.
An examination of the genitals is an important part of a routine physical examination for every boy and man, regardless of age.
Regular testicular examination is recommended for men between the ages of 15 and 40 to detect testicular cancer in its early stages.
www.webmd.com /hw/mens_conditions/hw234856.asp   (727 words)

 Examination Information
LEAP examinations and placement are limited to a specific series of identified job classifications specified under the general title Limited Examination and Appointment Program Candidate.
Applications for examination are only accepted during the filing period for that particular examination (that is, between the bulletin release date and the final filing date, or filed in person during specified hours).
Four to six weeks after all phases of the examination process are completed, the score of each competitor is computed, a list of eligible candidates is established, and competitors are notified of their final scores.
www.boe.ca.gov /exams/workingyourwayup/examination.htm   (2448 words)

 COMLEX Examination   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In addition, the patients encountered are balanced to meet the examination specifications for patient gender and age as a reflection of national osteopathic physician practice patterns based on national survey data as well as expert judgment.
The percentage of examinees that pass or fail the examination is not predetermined.
All requests must be received in writing within three months of the completion of the examination (or 30 days from the issuing of the score report, whichever is later) and must include the $50 fee for score confirmation/verification.
www.nbome.org /examinations.htm   (1844 words)

 eMedicine - Oral Examination : Article by Denis Lynch, DDS, PhD   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The oral examination is an area of physical diagnosis that, for a variety of reasons, traditionally receives minimal emphasis in the predoctoral medical curriculum.
Dental offices are equipped for such examinations; however, medical practitioners who do not normally utilize fixed or head-mounted examination lights may be forced to rely on hand-held flashlights or a penlight, supplemented by the ambient room lighting.
Examination of the buccal mucosa is most easily accomplished by having the patient partially open the mouth, followed by stretching of the buccal mucosa with a mouth mirror or tongue blade.
www.emedicine.com /derm/topic836.htm   (4761 words)

 Board of Accountancy Certified Public Accountant Examination
A candidate who has previously applied for or sat for the examination in another state or jurisdiction must meet either the educational or experience requirement and demonstrate achievement of a grade of 75 or higher in the section(s) passed.
Policy: The Board adopts the Uniform CPA Examination Policy and Procedures, revised September 2005, a copy of which is attached and incorporated herein.
The testing window is comprised of two months in which the examination is available to be taken and one month in which the examination will not be offered so that maintenance may be performed and grades prepared.
www.oregon.gov /BOA/ExamReq.shtml   (2363 words)

 Ulster County Civil Service Exam Information
Ulster County Personnel office immediately if you do not receive a notice within four days of the date of examination informing you whether or not you are to be admitted to the examination.
Promotion Examinations - Other examinations are "promotional" which means that only those employees already in permanent competitive positions in civil service in certain agencies, who meet the minimum requirements, may apply to take the examination.
Promotion by non-competitive examination is possible whenever there are no more than three persons eligible to compete in a promotion examination for a vacant competitive class position.
www.co.ulster.ny.us /personnel/examinfo.html   (903 words)

 Texas Tech University: Mathematics & Statistics -- Mathematics Placement Examination
The examination directs the student (i) to the course he or she wishes to take or (ii) to a course which develops the necessary prerequisite skills for the required courses in his or her degree program.
We are providing a link to a sample examination which will give an idea of the content, and form, of the questions contained in the Mathematics Placement Examination.
The examination is structured so that while calculator proficiency may help a student with some of the questions assessing arithmetic skills, successful completion of the exam will reflect how well a student has retained his or her algebra skills.
www.math.ttu.edu /placement/placement.shtml   (1086 words)

 Arizona Contractors License Examination Requirements | Arizona Builders' Zone
The Experior Assessments Examination Registration Form (included in the Candidate Information Bulletin), and an instruction sheet, Instructions for Filing Contractors Exam Applications are available for viewing and printing in Adobe Acrobat Format.
If you are too ill to take your examination at the scheduled time, you may submit a letter from your doctor or hospital (on their letterhead) if you wish the reschedule fee to be waived.
Any distribution of examination content or materials through any form of reproduction, or oral or written communication, is strictly prohibited and punishable by law.
www.builderszone.com /contractorlicensing/examination.htm   (1027 words)

 Part III - Consultative Examination Guidelines
If the evidence provided by the claimant's own medical sources is inadequate to determine if he or she is disabled, additional medical information may be sought by recontacting the treating source for additional information or clarification, or by arranging for a CE.
The treating source is the preferred source of purchased examinations when the treating source is qualified, equipped and willing to perform the additional examination or tests for the fee schedule payment and generally furnishes complete and timely reports.
The examination report should include the claimant's claim number and a physical description of the claimant, to help ensure that the person being examined is the claimant.
www.ssa.gov /disability/professionals/greenbook/ce-guidelines.htm   (837 words)

 Licensing Section Real Estate License & Exam Information
If a real estate broker licensing examination was taken in another state, the National section of the Broker Licensing Examination may be waived if: (1) the exam was taken since November 1973 and (2) the license held from that examination has not been expired for more than one year.
Copying or communicating examination content is a violation of security regulations and may result in the disqualification of examination results.
In addition to the number of questions specified for your examination, a small number (approximately five) of “pretest” questions may be administered to you during the examination.
www.oregon.gov /REA/LIC/examinations.shtml   (3270 words)

 Physical examination
A physical examination is an evaluation of the body and its functions using inspection, palpation (feeling with the hands), percussion (tapping with the fingers), and auscultation (listening).
As the examination procedes, the examiner should explain what he or she is doing and share any relevant findings.
Once the physical examination has been completed, the patient and the examiner should review what laboratory tests have been ordered and how the results will be shared with the patient.
www.healthatoz.com /healthatoz/Atoz/ency/physical_examination.jsp   (1501 words)

 Trademark Examination Guides, Notes and Announcements
Examination Guide NO. 1-07 Examination Procedures for Marks Comprising A Red Crystal, Red Crescent On A White Background; Or The Phrases "Red Crescent" Or"Third Protocol Emblem" (25Jun2007)
Examination Guide NO. 2-06 Examination Procedures for Drawings that Contain Black, White, Or Gray (13Nov2006)
Examination Guide NO. 2-03 Implementation of Madrid Protocol in the United States (28Oct2003)
www.uspto.gov /web/offices/tac/notices/notices.htm   (389 words)

 Part IV - Adult Consultative Examination Report Content Guidelines
The physical examination must provide a description of the claimant's general appearance and pertinent behavior during the examination (e.g., for back complaint, how the claimant stood or walked, got up from a chair, and got on and off the examination table).
The physician's examination findings must be determined on the basis of the physician's observations during the examination.
The psychiatric or psychological examination report should show not only the claimant's signs, symptoms, laboratory findings (psychological test results), and diagnosis, but also describe the effect of the emotional or mental disorder on the claimant's ability to function at the usual and customary level of adjustment -- personal, social and occupational.
www.ssa.gov /disability/professionals/greenbook/ce-adult.htm   (3066 words)

 NCLEX Testing with Pearson VUE
These two examinations are used by the Boards of Nursing to test entry-level nursing competence of candidates for licensure as Registered Nurses and as Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses.
The purpose of NCSBN is to provide an organization through which Boards of Nursing act and counsel together on matters of common interest and concerns affecting the public health, safety and welfare, including the development of licensing examinations in nursing.
The major functions include developing the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN examinations, performing policy analysis and promoting uniformity in relationship to the regulation of nursing practice, disseminating data related to the licensure of nurses, conducting pertinent research and serving as a forum for information exchange for members.
www.vue.com /nclex   (679 words)

To apply to sit for the examination, you must file an application.
The Certification Examination for School Nurses will be administered during a two-week testing period.
You will not be able to select a testing center or schedule your examination appointment until you have received an Eligibility Notice from PTC.
www.nbcsn.com /examdefault.htm   (410 words)

 Examination Information
The Supreme Court’s Committee on Examinations oversees the two-day bar examination, which is administered in February and July of each year.
Essay Examination are: contracts (including the Uniform Commercial Code except Articles 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8), torts, criminal law, constitutional aspects of criminal procedure, corporations, partnerships, and other business organizations, trusts, wills, professional responsibilities, civil procedure (Arizona and federal), constitutional law (Arizona and federal), evidence, real property, and community property.
After the bar examination, the examiners and their graders conduct calibration sessions using a random sampling of the total answers.
www.supreme.state.az.us /admis/examinfo.htm   (1405 words)

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