huh? dont know wat you're tryna say
I meant yes in class-tests is not a decision made by the students, however, there are other reasons why it is a valid tool to assess students.
The business side because hey if students do well it makes the school look good and such more funding granted because you know we live in a data-obsessed world and so on and hey everyone is doing well then the school is a good school and then people will go "It will be a good idea to bring my son/daughter to this school."
In other words, are if there is a giant fluctuation between the student's previous results and their current results then something must be happening inside of the school or outside of the school and so on. That is why they are useful measures of student progress.