The question comes as following

A failing student is passed by an examiner, it is an example of

(a)Type I error

(b) Type II error

(c) Unbiased decision

(d) Difficult to tell

A failing student is made to pass by an examiner, it is an example of *Type-II error.*

In statistical hypothesis testing.

A **type I error **(false-positive) occurs if an examiner rejects a null hypothesis that is **actually true** in the Statistical population

In a **type II error **(false-negative) occurs if the examiner fails to reject a null hypothesis that **is actually false** in the Statistical population.

So, For the question

### When a failing student is passed by an examiner it is an example of What?

Answer is : Type II error