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Welcome back! finals?

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Posted 1/2/2007 3:02 PM (#1462)
Subject: Welcome back! finals?

Location: Retired FCPS, Current UK and Transy
Hope all of you had a great break. It was just too short. So how do you think the final exams we gave worked out? Fair? Too long/short? Too easy/hard? Any comments?
Posted 1/30/2007 12:42 PM (#1492 - in reply to #1462)
Subject: RE: Welcome back! finals?


Posts: 108
Location: Henry Clay
I thought the Algebra 2 test was a good length and had an appropiate level of difficulty. My only complaint about it was that one of the questions (a fill in the blank question) was on solving a system of three equations and three unknowns. As far as I know this is not in the core content or program of studies. Because of this I thought this question was unfair. I think this question would have been fair if it was multiple choice, this way the students could check the solutions by substituting the values. Other than that, it was a good test.
Posted 2/10/2007 2:48 PM (#1499 - in reply to #1462)
Subject: RE: Welcome back! finals?

Posts: 2

Location: Tates Creek
I know that Mrs. Feese was asking for Algebra 2 final feedback too. Those revisions will be next. If you think of anything else, be sure to let her or your dept. chair know!
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