Assessment Day has come and gone and now we are left wondering what exactly our rigorous assessing was meant to accomplish. Why were we given a variety of tests? Why did some of us have to write a paper on gun laws? Why was our opinion of multiple moral dilemmas important? What did this all mean and what kind of incentives would have gotten us more excited for assessment day?
Author: Reid McCandless
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