Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Test"

The meaning of "Test" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does these test results are troubling me mean?
A: The test results are low
Q: What does Cramming for tests didn't to mach help back in the university. mean?
A: cramming is when you stress over studying because you are running out of time to do so.

Your statement would mean then that = stressing and not having enough time to study for tests did not do any good back in the university
Q: What does I'm not sure if you're up to the test. mean?
A: @Eduardoakaedu: No. both sound incredibly unnatural.
Q: What does As the tests cost the same amount, rather than issuing a refund, we have credited the account with the correct test. I hope this is acceptable and please get in touch if you have any further queries mean?
A: Two tests are the same price.

Instead of giving you back your money for test #1, and you buying test #2, they put test #2 in your account, so it is ready, and you don't have to pay.
Q: What does low or no-stakes test mean?
A: It means that there is no downfall or punishment. If we use a test as an example it would be that you take the test but you don't get graded or there is no negative repercussions when you take it

Example sentences using "Test"

Q: Please show me example sentences with test the waters.
A: I’m going to test the waters before deciding whether this position is a commitment I want to make.

You don’t know if you are going to hate running yet. You should test the waters and then decide if you want to try a new fitness activity.
Q: Please show me example sentences with test subject.
A: We need test subjects for our nutritional studies. We want to see the effects of an increase in sugar consumption against a control group which will not have this increase.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "test the waters".
A: I'm not sure if they want to do business, I'll arrange a meeting to test the waters.

The only way to see if it's the right school is to go there and test the waters.
Q: Please show me example sentences with test one's mettle.
A: to see how strong you are during a tough task. Are you strong and don't bend like metal or will you break under the pressure? To test ones metal is to see if they will get through it! がんばってね!
Q: Please show me example sentences with On the tests
Or
On tests
He would always score high on the tests.
Or
....on tests..
A: "I usually do well on tests."

"My sister gets nervous, so she doesn't get very high scores on tests."

Saying on the tests sounds strange to me because using "the" makes it sound like there is only one! So...
"How did you do on the test?"

Synonyms of "Test" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between They have had three tests in the last week. and They had three tests in the last week ?
A: There isn't really any difference, both would be clearly understood by a native speaker. Most people would either say they've had (instead of they have had) or simply they had, as it is shorter/faster to say.
Q: What is the difference between The test was easier than I had expected. and The test was not as difficult as I had expected. ?
A: No difference in meaning, just a wording difference.
Q: What is the difference between this test isn't that important and this test isn't important ?
A: @BuddyPretty_206: Just think about it like it is a level of importance (from 0 to 10). If you use "isn't important" it means you don't have to care about it. (level 0)
On the other hand, of you use "isn't that important" it means that it is important but not much (level 6 or 7).
Q: What is the difference between test and examination and exam ?
A: Same thing.
"Exam" and "examination" can often mean an important test. For example, "mid-term exam" or "final exam".
Q: What is the difference between test and exam ?
A: "Test" can be used as both a verb and a noun, while "exam" is just a noun.

Example: I have a chemistry {test} on Wednesday. (noun)
Example 2: The purpose of the exam is {to test} your speaking ability. (verb)

Translations of "Test"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? test
A: 「試験」(しけん)、「テスト」
EDIT: Oops, sorry! I mistakenly thought that this question was asking about how to say 'test' in the Japanese section. But obviously you already know that. (>_
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what beats me is why you gave up the test
it's natural ?
A: @hansjin4411 What beats me is how you gave up the test.

This is more natural if you are trying to imply that you are upset with the way things turned out. Using “why” just doesn’t seem natural/correct in this sentence. I’m not much help. Lol.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? test
A: Listen to this carefully. I hope I was clear
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? test
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I just want to all the test would be done as soon as possible I am knocked off by all studying
A: "I just want all of these tests to be over!"

Other questions about "Test"

Q: A : I went to go take the test.
B : I went to take the test.

What is difference between of two?
A: Same meaning. You could use either. I've used both.
Q: I passed the test for grade of abacus class. I was happy!
does this sound natural?
A: I got a passing grade on the test in my abacus class. Sounds better
Q: did you take test well? does this sound natural?
A: 'Did the test go well?'

'Do you think you tested well?'

I put two answers in case I misunderstood.
Q: Hide your bad scored test, because your mom will scold you if she find it. does this sound natural?
A: Hide your bad GRADE, because your mom will scold you if she findS it.
Q: Which is correct, writing test or written test?
A: A "writing test" is to test your writing skills. 例えば、「明日書くのテストがあります。」と思います。
A "written test" is a test that you write out your answers on. 例えば、「紙に答えを書いてください。」と思います。

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