1946: The Examiner
began employing its own photographers, with their first picture being of a Mr Turner harvesting at Oldfield.
They will be subjected to proficiency tests by chief examiners
and those who fail to score more than 90 percent will not be allowed to mark the scripts.The examiners
will also have to go through exam scripts dummies and discuss the way scripts will be marked.
This raises questions about the impact of contract examiners
on the quality and efficiencies of an examination.
Scripts marked on-screen are sent to a secure scanning facility before being sent to examiners
The papers, so set would be submitted to the Principal Examiner
for scrutiny and approval.
Training given at any location is broadest to patent examiners
across the entire USPTO.
Another interpreter called the examiner
a cheat and liar and wrote on the side window "Jihadist" and "Allah rules".
The addition will enable AXS.com to provide enhanced experience that combines the power of Examiner
.com's online influencers with its ticketing platform and AEG's insider access to events, the buyer said.
While talking to another senior colleague, this surgeon narrated the following story regarding examinations which he had heard from one of the British examiners
Vogt said the Guardian and the Examiner
would share office space and combine certain back-office functions, but that the editorial operations would remain separate.
Based on a criterion of an exact agreement > 75% between the initial and repeated probes per examiner
, it was shown that examiner
1 had an exact agreement of 85.47%; examiner
2, 93.97%; and examiner
3, 90.03% (Figure 1).
"We are pleased that the eXaminer
3DX-ES has joined the recently approved eXaminer
SX and eXaminer
XLB in achieving EU Standard 3 CEP approval," said Thomas M Ripp, L-3's President.