Definitions for "Examination"
A person who is examined means, in the legal profession, that he or she is a witness being questioned by an attorney.
The word examination may mean any form of assessment, but is used, more commonly, to refer to a formal question and answer paper, laboratory task, or problem sheet to be undertaken with time constraints.
An interrogation or search. To examination of a witness consists of a series of questions asked by a party to the action or his attorney, in order to bring before the court or jury the knowledge which the witness has of the facts or matters in dispute, or probing and sifting the evidence as previously given.
a collaborative effort of the AICPA, NASBA and Thomson Prometric
a mandatory requirement in all of our jurisdictions and weighs heavily on determination of the award of certification
an absolute priority for the AICPA as it is to the jurisdictions that depend upon it as a key step in the licensure process
A process prescribed or assigned for testing qualification; as, the examination of a student, or of a candidate for admission to the bar or the ministry.
the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned
a computer-based test
The act of examining, or state of being examined; a careful search, investigation, or inquiry; scrutiny by study or experiment.
An element of inspection consisting of investigation, without the use of special labor atory appliances or procedure s, of supplies and services to determine conformance to those specified requirements which can be determined by such investigations. Examination is generally non-destructive and includes, but is not limited to visual, audit ory, olfactory, tactile, gustatory, and other investigations; simple physical manipulation; gauging, and measurement. [D00638] MIL-STD 109A QMPP
The process whereby regulators inspect the books and records of an insurer to verify their financial condition and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
The process by which the trade mark examiner decides if a mark is registrable in accordance to the law.
The process through which the Trade-marks Office determines whether an application for trade-mark registration warrants granting registration.
process by which the PTO decides to grant a patent.
Following a claim for a personal injury you must prove your case by supplying medical evidence to support your request for damages. A recommend doctor will examine you, and the subsequent report is used as evidence.
See Medical Examination.
Following a claim for personal injury you must prove your case by supplying medical evidence to support your request for damages. Medical evidence is usually provided by an expert doctor following an examination. The subsequent report is used as evidence.
Keywords:  jesuits, conscience, daily
examination of conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)
The study of the instruments and muniments incident to a chain of title to determine their effect and condition in order to reach a conclusion as to the status of the title.
A hearing to determine the financial state and ownership of property of a Judgment Debtor by the registrar after a request to do so has been filed, by the judgement creditor or agent.
any time you visit a physician you are given an examination so that he or she can determine the nature of your health needs.
a specific time the physician takes to look at the current status of the patient. Can represent several levels of examination from cursory to complex.
an unwritten book
A detailed review of the policies, management, operations and books of a thrift institution, bank or credit union made by the institution's federal or state regulatory agency.... read full article
Keywords:  substantive, preliminary, see
See Preliminary examination and Substantive examination.
Keywords:  cca, valuable, tool, preparing, take
a valuable tool for those preparing to take the CCA Exam
Keywords:  mistakes, something, act, closely
the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
a comprehensive, four-part exam covering topics
Keywords:  cross, above, see, direct
See Direct Examination and Cross-examination.
See "Cross Examination," above.
Keywords:  convention, see
See Convention Examination.
a requirement for receiving our M
a requirement of the course