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Monday, 21 March 2022

PATRAK A to F for Primary School Evaluation

PATRAK A to F for Primary School Evaluation

 



State the question clearly and precisely.

Avoid vague questions that could lead students to different interpretations. If you use the word "how" or "why" in an essay question, students will be better able to develop a thesis. Asexamples of essay and short-answer questions:

Poor: What are three types of market organization? In what ways are they different from one another?

Better: Define oligopoly. How does oligopoly differ from both perfect competition and monopoly in terms of number of firms, control over price, conditions of entry, cost structure, and long-term profitability?


અમારા જિલ્લા પ્રમાણેના ગ્રુપમાં એડ થવા અહી કલિક કરો


Auto Excel Patrak A



STD 3 Patrak A

STD 4 Patrak A

STD 5 Patrak A

 


STD 6 Patrak A

STD 7 Patrak A

STD 8 Patrak A

: Name the principles determined postwar American foreign policy.

Better: Describe three principles on which American foreign policy was based between 1945 and 1960; illustrate each of the principles with two actions of the executive branch of government.


Patrak G


Write out the correct answer yourself.

Use your version to help you revise the question, as needed, and to estimate how much time students will need to complete the question. If you can answer the question in ten minutes, students will probably need twenty to thirty minutes. Use these estimates in determining the number of questions to ask on the exam. Give students advice how much time to spend on each question.

અમારા જિલ્લા પ્રમાણેના ગ્રુપમાં એડ થવા અહી કલિક કરો


Read the exams without looking at the students' names.


Try not to bias your grading by carrying over your perceptions about individual students. Some faculty ask students to put a number or pseudonym on the exam and to place that number / pseudonym on an index card that is turned in with the test, or have students write their names on the last page of the blue book or on the back of the test.


Patrak B Excel


STD 6 

STD 7

STD 8



Pragati Patrak PDF


Patrak A

Patrak B

Patrak C

Patrak D1

Patrak D2

Patrak D3

Patrak D4

Patrak E

Patrak F

Choose examples of exams to serve as anchors or standards.


Patrak G Click Here


PATRAK A 3 to 5 EXCEL SEM 1-2



PATRAK A 6 to 8 EXCEL SEM 1-2




Identify exams that excellent, good, adequate, and poor. Use these papers to refresh your memory of the standards by which you are grading and to ensure fairness over the period of time you spend grading.

અમારા જિલ્લા પ્રમાણેના ગ્રુપમાં એડ થવા અહી કલિક કરો



PATRAK A STD 3

PATRAK A STD 4

PATRAK A STD 5

PATRAK A STD 6

PATRAK A STD 7

PATRAK A STD 8



What is being proposed?

The proposal is that The University of Edinburgh should enable students to use a computer to compose their essay-examination responses in formal examinations. 

અમારા જિલ્લા પ્રમાણેના ગ્રુપમાં એડ થવા અહી કલિક કરો


PDF SEM 2

PATRAK A STD 3

PATRAK A STD 4

PATRAK A STD 5


PATRAK A STD 6

PATRAK A STD 7

PATRAK A STD 8


The solution proposed is to use student owned laptops, with students downloading the necessary software (Exam4 from a company called Extegrity) prior to the examination. (The question paper is still distributed in the exam hall.) Clearly students need time to familiarise themselves with the software, but experience to date shows that the download and install are straightforward and that typically students feel comfortable with considerably less than half an hour practising with the software.

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