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Lots of Options, No Easy Answers

Before I get into singing the praises of Alejandro Zambra’s Multiple Choice, let me offer a burst of indignation about what held me back from my immediate dive into the novel. 959 more words

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How to Properly Game the SAT (and other multiple choice tests)

This is primarily a writing blog, detailing my ambitions and experiences composing novels, but in my day job, I’m a private tutor teaching math. This includes over 15 years’ experience coaching students on the SAT. 1,905 more words

3 Changes for Enhanced Learning in Knowledge Quiz

We are glad to see that Knowledge Quiz started to gain momentum since we have made all the packs free this year. You have now the opportunity to choose from a variety of topics, spreading from geography, literature to traffic signs and entertainment, and answer a 7 questions’ set in each round as you move on to more difficult levels. 602 more words

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[M.A.P.L.E. VIII-22] Final Exams

Every school in which I have taught have treated final exams differently, in terms of the format of exams from intro and service courses.

At UW-Stout, when I taught College Algebra and Precalculus, the exams were written by the department, and were free-response questions. 291 more words

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Verbal Reasoning: 50 Question Multiple Choice Test

Assessment: Verbal Reasoning

Practice Questions

This page will test your Verbal Reasoning word and vocabulary skills.

You can do your working out on a piece of paper. 896 more words

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