BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Mid term test is a relatively new innovation to our education system. It is seen as one of the major outcome of the deliberations of Nigeria National curriculum conference that was held in 1969. It is put in National Policy on Education this “educational assessment and evaluation will be liberalized by using them in whole or part on continuous assessment of the progress of individual” the Nigerian National Policy on Education state clearly in section 3 article 17 (g) that “advancement from one class to another
There comes a point in the semester when students have settled into their classes, and are no longer stressed about things like “first day” impressions, or trying to find where their classes are located. However, something else comes up that catches students off-guard: the thought of studying and doing well on midterm exams. These types of exams can sometimes give an indication of how a student is performing in their classes, and the indication can be either positive or negative. If there is a positive indication leading up to and after a midterm, then this could lead a student to do well in the final exam. Otherwise, it could lead a student into difficulty and they might not finish their course(s) toward the end of the semester.
Midterms can be scary for those who do not study frequently enough, or miss too many classes. But, these exams can be a good thing with regards to seeing where a student is in their course(s) within the semester, and whether or not they need to study more often or need to improve their grade in some other way. One good thing about midterms is that they are not as heavily graded as final exams but are counted much more than a regular test or a quiz. However, the stress that leads up to midterms can be quite high for a student, and can lead to late-night studying and possibly doing poorly on the exams because of forgetting most of the material reviewed the night before due to a lack of sleep.
Sometimes these types of exams can have mental and physical impacts on students. The mental impact could include feeling overwhelmed and stressed while studying more than just one chapter or two, and then possibly feeling sad if they do not receive a good grade after the exam is over and graded. The physical impact could include feeling weak or tired due to a lack of sleep, which could lead to possibly coming down with a cold or even the flu.
All these ideas can be easily grappled, but when the phrase standard of education is mentioned. The concept immediately change and become less clear, there is no universally accepted view as to what excellence, criterion established or basis of measurement for education. The important Knowledge on which the acquisition of many kinds of knowledge and understanding of other subject experience in arts and on enquiring and which may form the basis of educational quality
Moreover, degree of excellence in this entire fields cannot be easily achieved, for example in mathematics neatness, accuracy, methods and layout, in reading, relative valve are given to phrases emphasis, in reading, relative value are given to phrases emphasis, accent and understanding while in writing, neatness, accuracy, method, punctuation, layout, spelling of words, idea and imagination. All these are subjective judgment which varies from one individual to another. There is a greater element of subjectivity that is, use in measuring attitude of mind. However, this does not implies that there can be no degree of excellence in these spheres, measurement depend to a lesser or greater extent on the measures that are used and since their measuring rods differ from one another, measurement must also be different. This educational standard will always be a matter of dispu
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