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|Designed to replace written tests. Each test generates an exam randomly from a possible 80,000 variations and then delivers, marks and gives feedback on it. Tests are now available free for others to use and include: basic statistics test (topics include hypothesis tests on a mean and confidence intervals); information technology test (mainly Word for Windows but includes some general questions on Windows and File Manager, available for Word 2.0 & 6.0 and Windows 3.1 & 3.1.1); Quantum Methods/Foundation Maths (first year 'A' level maths - freshman calculus in the U.S. or the standard of maths covered around the age of 18 in most of Europe); a numeracy diagnostic test for students typically in the first year of a non-maths degree; and a computing/programming skills diagnostic test for students entering university.|
|Math Topics:||Calculus (Single Variable), Statistics, Computer Science|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing|
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