Should Students take a Cumulative Test?

Joseph Taylor

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With the Class of 2017 only 5 days away from May 3rd, teachers are starting to plan out their cumulative tests for every student to take. This has been the first year that students have been required to take a cumulative test for each class. The policy was created by the District because they felt that each student needs to have a comprehensive exam to show that they understand the material. Regardless of if you are exempt from taking the final exam, every student still has to take a cumulative test. I had the chance to interview Senior Rachel Woeltje and she is not happy about this policy.” I feel that if you make an A or B in a class, and don’t have any absences, your reward should not be taking a final exam. ” I also interviewed Junior Diego Artenias and he is not happy about the policy either. ” If we recieve an A or B in a class, then we obviously understand the material.” Regardless of the new cumulative test policy, the Class of 2017 is ready to get it over with and to graduate.

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