Can this also mean "Exams nowadays are very easy"? Or only specifically on this day?
it is better to say "bugünlerde" for nowadays
Bugünlerde sınavlar çok kolay.
It could mean "nowadays" - though I wonder if we wouldn't simply say "bugün sınavlar çok kolay" in that case.
Ah I see, thanks.
How would one say this sentence in the past, i.e. "were easy"? İf we had "değil," we could say "değildi", but what about this one? Do we use "oldu"?
You just add the past tense suffix to the adjective :) "kolaydı" would be correct
I am correct why do you cosinder my answer wrong?
What's your answer?
Bugünün sınavları çok kolay?
It is correct as an alternative sentence.
why isn't it bugünkü sınavları?
Bugünkü acts as an adjective, not a noun, so it's not a compound noun.
Why is "Bugünkü sınavlar çok kolaylar." wrong?
No need, it is superfluous.