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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

That Time of Year

It's exam-writing time of year.  As I've done in the past, I'm taking the opportunity of blogging on Prawfs to solicit thoughts/advice/gripes about final exams -- mainly from students/alums, but from professors, too.  Is there anything you hate(d) to see on an exam, or love(d) to see?  Particular fair/unfair ways of testing? If you could tell your prof anything about the exam(s) you've taken or are about to take, what would it be? 

Posted by Bill Araiza on November 15, 2011 at 03:55 PM | Permalink

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As a current law student, I do not like solely MC tests. The problem is they have to be difficult enough to separate the students for the curve. I've been in a class where the highest grade answered 80% of the questions correctly. So based on that exam, no one mastered the material.

Posted by: Shane | Nov 16, 2011 1:19:54 PM

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