The International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, the US National Institute for Health Statistics, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and many other government agencies use the word examination.
Antonym, on the other hand, is a shortened form of examination that refers to a specific set of questions or procedures.
For example, the CDC uses the word test to describe an exam.
An examination involves performing specific steps, often in one sitting.
For the purposes of this article, I’m going to be talking about the types of exams used in medical schools, which are called diagnostic exams.
The term diagnostic exam refers to any type of examination performed by trained professionals who are required to perform specific steps during an exam in order to get a result.
For some people, this means the questions and tests that are used during an examination are not about the test itself but rather the procedure they are meant to help diagnose.
These types of examinations are sometimes called clinical examinations.
There are also some non-diagnostic medical examinations, which include exams that look at general health and are not focused on a specific medical condition.
These include health assessments, physical examinations, and occupational and occupational therapy.
Diagnostic exams are not meant to be used as an excuse to not take the exam, but they can be a helpful way to determine whether or not you have a medical condition or are not a fit for an exam or exam type.
An exam is different from a standard exam in that a standard medical exam is meant to diagnose a disease or health condition.
In medical school, you are taught to conduct an exam and have the results reviewed and interpreted by your exam team, which may include other medical professionals.
The examination team makes the decision about whether or how the exam should be conducted based on what is relevant to the exam.
It is important to understand that the examination team and exam team may disagree about whether a certain condition or condition is actually covered by the exam or whether the exam team is just making a decision based on a checklist of questions.
There may be a physician who believes that certain conditions are covered by a particular exam type, for example, a respiratory disorder that may be discussed in an occupational and/or occupational therapy exam.
In some cases, a specific diagnosis may be given by a medical professional based on an examination, such as a history of heart disease or cancer.
If a medical practitioner agrees with your examination team that a specific condition or disease is covered by an exam type and you do not have the illness or disease that the exam is looking for, then the examiner is correct in that you should not have been admitted to medical school.
However, the exam may not be a definitive diagnosis.
For instance, you may be admitted to a medical school based on your examination results, but not because you had a medical illness or diagnosed a medical problem.
In other words, if you do have the medical illness, you might have had a different kind of medical condition, or your examination may have shown a different result than what you would have gotten from a full physical exam.
To learn more about exam types, visit our medical exam topic guide.
To find out more about how medical schools determine whether an applicant meets criteria for admission, visit the medical schools Admission Process topic guide to learn more.
How does the exam process work?
The exam process is a complicated, fast-moving process that involves several steps.
The first step is to submit the results of an exam to the medical school for review.
The medical school will then review the results, and determine whether a student has met the criteria for admitting or not.
In the medical exam process, the examiner will often have to give a “summary” of the examiner’s examination and what steps they took during the exam to give the medical examiner the results they need to make a final decision.
This summary includes: What questions were asked and/ or what tests were performed;