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Alaine Gorfinkle

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Looking for multiple choice questions -Reply
Posted: Dec 4, 1996 9:39 AM
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Sorry I've been so late in contributing to this discussion.

There are two other sources of multiple choice questions that I have
found:

1) Accompanying the Siegel text "Statistics and Data Analysis" published
by Wiley There is a TEST BANK containing multiple choice questions. I
think that they are more challenging than Moore's, but people who know
Statictics more completely can probably evaluate them better than I.

2) At an NCTM conference I picked up a small booklet of multiple choice
questions called "Preliminary Actuarial Exams" . I believe this is only one
of a series of such booklets since when I began teaching BC Calc, they
were recommended as a good resource for MC questions (Obviously
this was a while ago before so many other sources for MC questions
existed)

I haven't had the time to research this further but I'm sure that by
contacting the publishers of this booklet
either : SOCIETY OF ACTUARIES
475 N. Martingale Rd.
Schaumberg, Ill 60173

or: CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY
1100 N. Glebe Road
Arlington VA 22201

more complete information can be obtained. Perhaps they have
websites.

Hope this helps.

Alaine Gorfinkle





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