chapter  7
Curriculum and Assessment Myth: Testing Helps Learning
ByBob Moon
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Elwyn of Charterhouse described it as 'objectionable both in principle and detail'. Other objectors were more precise, such as Moberley of Winchester: 'We should be deeply and unnecessarily wounded by having it put on record that we had passed a bad one'; and Balham of Eton: 'This interference with the authority of the headmaster is calculated to cause evil' (Moon, 1990).