Quantitative subjects, examinations - scoring, testing parameters, final exam scores


College professors teaching quantitative subjects have the opportunity to favorably influence the evaluation outcomes of their students. This can be accomplished by changing testing parameters including testing format, time allotment, and grading method. The thesis of this paper is to challenge the traditional, established approaches to testing and increasing scores for college students in quantitative courses.

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