Creating dynamic questions in ExamView


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One of the most time consuming aspects of setting up a mastery learning classroom is creating multiple version of the quizzes for Cover 3Dstudent re-takes!  One help for this problem is to create many questions and use software to randomly select questions from that pool.  However, dynamic questions goes beyond this…they let you create one question and randomize what’s IN the question!

Dynamic questions allow you to randomize values, terms, graphs and more! Imagine being able duplicate a question and have it automatically use different values, chemical formulas or graphs.  You can make worksheets in seconds! Print up to 26 different versions of quizzes and not only are questions and answer choices scrambled but the actual values, terms, formulas and graphs within the question are uniquely generated!

This new eBook takes you step-by-step through the process of creating dynamic questions in ExamView(R) and gives you access to lots of sample algorithm codes to learn from or use yourself.

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