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who discovered exam?

The concept of exams has been around for thousands of years, and it is difficult to attribute its invention to a single individual or culture.

The ancient Chinese, Greeks, and Romans all had methods of testing knowledge and skills, and the concept of exams has evolved over time.

One of the earliest examples of exams comes from ancient China, where prospective civil servants were tested on their knowledge of Confucian philosophy and literature.

The Greek philosopher Socrates is known for his method of questioning to test knowledge, and the Roman empire used exams to determine who was eligible for public office.

An exam is a formal assessment or evaluation of a person’s knowledge, skills, and abilities in a particular subject or area of study.

Henry Fischel, a businessman and philanthropist of America, was the first person who can be assumed as the inventor of the exam, and the Imperial Exams were the first exams held in China.