Strengths and Dangers of Essay Questions for Exams Charles Champlin (2006), a journalist for Time and Life magazines, describes his experience of taking essay tests as a student at Harvard: “The worst were the essay questions (which seemed only distantly related to whatever you’d read or heard in lectures).
The question whether the end justifies the means depends on the type of goal or end a person wants to achieve and the means they use. If both the means and the ends are equally noble and good, there is no question because the ends are justified by the means. This is the stand I have chosen to take. Although there are different views about the.