comprehensive examination


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Synonyms for comprehensive examination

an intensive examination testing a student's proficiency in some special field of knowledge

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Independent experts will be involved in the comprehensive examination, and after that, the Supervisory Board of the State Fund will take the final decision on grant financing.
Any renewed call for a public sex offender register would again require detailed and comprehensive examination by the LCCSC.
2001) examined assessments such as graduate GPAs, GRE scores, faculty appraisals, and comprehensive examination results.
This is demonstrated by completion of a comprehensive examination on accounting and related subjects, meeting a two-year management accounting experience and agreeing to abide by the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Management Accountants.
Once completed, it will be the first comprehensive examination of how new medical information technologies affect both employees and residents in nursing homes.
The AAIB also said that a comprehensive examination and analysis was to be conducted on the entire aircraft and engine fuel system.
The study, the most comprehensive examination of youth leaving foster care since the passage of the 1999 Foster Care Independence Act, found that extending care might also increase earnings and delay pregnancy.
Environmental Protection Agency for a comprehensive examination of "What It Means to Be Green.
Pesticide exposure has long been a danger and studies have documented dangers to all levels of society, but what makes Pesticides: A Toxic Time Bomb in Our Midst so important for any college-level collection strong in health, safety, and agriculture as well as social issues is its comprehensive examination of pesticide use, its effects, and alternatives to pesticides.
Announcing his appointment, Justice Minister Cathy Jamieson said: "I'm confident his comprehensive examination will ensure Scotland continues to have a fair, efficient and effective civil justice system for the 21st century.
Sabrowski and Zuckerman were among the 393 commercial real estate professionals who earned the designation by passing the Institute's Comprehensive Examination, the final element in the designation process.
This is a comprehensive examination of rheometry theory and rheometrical techniques and their applications to characterizing the rheological behavior of pastes, suspensions, and granular materials.
For most graduate students, the comprehensive examination required near the end of their degree programs causes fear and apprehension.
It is a comprehensive examination of bird sightings, along with a vast variety of species and plants in hedgerows and woodland edges, streams and gullies.
Both sequence offer a thesis option and a comprehensive examination (non-thesis) option.
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