Charlotte Mason Exams

“The terminal examinations are of great importance. They are not merely and chiefly tests of knowledge, but records which are likely to be permanent.” – Charlotte Mason

The purpose of exams is to draw out what students have learned throughout the term. When done properly, students will look forward to exams. 

Students can take an oral or written exam, depending on your goals and expectations. Record oral responses. Save written responses. They will become a keepsake.