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The article presents the author's considerations regarding two different forms of examinations for students of higher education institutions, both oral and written. The author expresses the view that the crucial argument for deciding which of the two possible forms, oral or written, should be used is the possibility to identify such student knowledge that is not related to any other ways of obtaining information from outside. While using the written form of examination in modern conditionsdoaj:b997439646f944cc8383a538ffca38a1 fatcat:fxwmzsiyszdvdcy6dbtebklw5i