The Construction of College English Network Evaluation Testing System of Medical Schools

hongmei PANG

Abstract


As we all know, in the learning process in college, CET 4 and CET 6 are the necessary stages for each student and they are also the educational policy that the country has been implemented. In this context, the major colleges and universities begin to explore the establishment of college English network assessment testing system to promote students to learn effectively for CET 4 and CET 6 to obtain better results. However, with the comprehensive advance of the education reform in our country, the reform of this system is followed. CET 4 and CET 6 have been developed into the form of network testing. In the context of quality education in China, college English education also continues to reform and is transferred from examination-orientated education to quality-orientated education. With the requirements of the education reform, medical schools are also engaged in education reform, especially in the constantly exploring the way of college English network assessment testing system. This paper mainly discusses the construction of college English network evaluation testing system in medical schools.


Keywords


Medical schools; College English; Network evaluation; Testing system

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