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Continuous Assessment is the educational policy in which students are examined continuously over most of the duration of their education, the results of which are taken into account after leaving school. It is often proposed or used as an alternative to a final examination system.

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There are several types of continuous assessment including daily class work, course related projects and papers, and practical work [1].

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