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On The Reform Of Examination Management In Colleges and Universities Based on the Complete Credit System

Zhiguo Shan, Xingyuan Liu, Chunhua Zhang, Hongya Wu, Guolei Hu, Yongping Zuo


The complete credit system(CCS) is one of the important norm systems for college emanation management (CEM), and is of great significance to promote the reform of CEM. There are certain problems in the traditional credit system for CEM, which affects the effectiveness of college student examination management and evaluation. This article analyzes the demand to give full play to the advantages of the CCS under the CCS, discusses the current deficiencies in the CEM, and explores the directions of CEM reform under the CCS concept.


Complete Credit System; Colleges and Universities; Examination Management; Thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i3.2024