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(At Wisconsin, the qualifying exam system is anonymous in that exams are identified and graded by number rather than name. My experience has been that, if one is familar with students taking the exam, one can usually tell which exam was written by which person. Some students blatantly tip off who they are, although it is unclear whether they do this because they believe it is to their advantage--rightly, as it is typically harder to fail someone you know than a number--or just because they have no inclination to do anything to conceal their identity, especially given the time pressure that Wisconsin uses for its exams.*)
* As an irresistible non-sequitur, I should note that I disagree with Wisconsin sociology's qualifying exam system on both fairness and appropriateness grounds and wish it were different. I could go on, but it would only get me worked up and besides, it would be indiscreet.