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Examinations are meant to test how students understood lessons taught them at any institution.
In a three credit hour paper written by the students of the University For Development Studies (UDS), Ghana, today for their end of second semester examination, the trend of questions changed.
The students were asked to compulsorily answer a question on the judgement on the issue of the two Rastafarians who were denied admission for wearing dreadlocks.
The paper was to last for two hours, but the problem was the kind of Compulsory Question given to the students. Funny enough, it carries the highest mark.
Most students ignored the question even though it was a compulsory question.
Check the question below
What do you think about this question?
Was it necessary at all looking at the controversies surrounding the case?
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