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Multiple-Choice Practice Questions for AS/A Level Year 1 AQA Physics

A superb revision tool and confidence builder for this challenging question type new to AS Physics, worth more than 20% of exam marks!

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13/10 Voices & Authorship

The answers to “what, when, where, who…” provide contextual information.

Authored works – influence, perspective, voice, format.

Understanding context helps us to think critically.

Referencing all your ideas can be useful for others who find them interesting and also for you to remember. 525 more words

NCLEX Test Taking Strategies

What makes NCLEX so difficult is the notion that friends and teachers made us believe that it is a hard to conquer exam. For some reasons, it can be difficult especially if you are not that well versed with nursing concepts or have not developed any test taking strategies. 838 more words


Of Tests and Expectations

Yesterday I witnessed something very worrisome that is probably the fault of an educational system that is far more worried about lowering dropout rates than it is making sure students learn to think for themselves, and I’m not even the one student teaching in my family. 590 more words

The times I taught well

Some students love the way you teach: others don’t. That’s just a fact, and if you’re going to survive the end-of-module evaluations, you’d better accept it. 1,143 more words


First Steps in Moving to Standards-based Grading Model in Social Studies

First Steps in Moving to SBG Model

Moving your current quizzes and tests to an SBG model will take some work. However, it does not have to be as complicated as you think. 578 more words

The Innovative Forms of Recent Chilean Fiction

My review-essay “Testing Form: Novels by Alejandro Zambra and Matías Celedón,” which analyzes Zambra’s Multiple Choice (Penguin Books, 2016) and Celedón’s The Subsidiary… 7 more words

Alejandro Zambra