Education Essay | The Integrity and Honesty of the Bagrut Exams in Israel

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The Integrity and Honesty of the Bagrut Exams in Israel

Summary: Examines the educational system in Israel, focusing on the integrity of the Bagrut exams for college admission.
Integrity can be defined as "an uncompromising adherence to a code of moral, artistic or other values, utter sincerity, honesty and candor, avoidance of deception, expediency, artificiality or shallowness of any kind" (The Penguin Concise English Dictionary). In simpler words this means to maintain high standards and follow the rules, even when no one is watching. Integrity is very important in our everyday life if we wish to be good people. Certain people feel that in order to advance themselves in life they need to break certain rules, such as rules that are decreed on examination booklets.

Academic honesty and integrity is a necessary ingredient for school systems to evaluate their curriculum. There are students who place a lot of effort and work arduously to earn their grades where as there are other types of students who believe they will...

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