Government test reveals huge gap in proficiency of third-year middle schoolers.
Were the expectations for Japanese English teachers to high…two high…too high?
Even in the land of tests, there are some things that shouldn’t be tested.
Now you can boost your chance of passing an exam by calling for a Kit Kat cab in Japan.
Multiple choice tests were already annoying enough; let’s see the Scantron machine scan this answer sheet.
Becoming a doctor isn’t easy. We doubt there’s anyone who would disagree with that, and we get the feeling that everyone likes it that way. You probably prefer your medical professionals be overqualified to underqualified — delivering babies is a bit more complicated than delivering pizzas, right?
So, it’s only natural that doctors have to take a buttload of tests (that’s a metric buttload, of course), both practical and written. But one hospital in Japan that’s looking to hire some doctors from upcoming graduating classes has gotten creative with their practical tests. One step even includes folding a five-millimeter (0.19685-inche) origami crane.
At least Ant-Man will know who to call when he needs a tiny glider…