New ways of educating are making the exam irrelevant

Michelle Deaker, managing director of venture capital firm OneVentures which targets education investments, says exams are useful, not because they are necessarily the best overall form of assessment, but because they test a particular skill which some employers want.”They do test students’ ability to work under pressure. That’s a skill in the real world,” she says.

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