This is a different kind of a question bank.
- The question bank consists of three types of questions: Computational, Multiple Choice, and Yes-No.
- You can search for questions by means of their tags or codes. This way you can find questions from different chapters all related to a common tag.
- Each time the system will show you at most 6 of the questions randomly. Should you request more questions, just refresh the search box.
- For each question, you have at most three trials, depends on the question type.
- The difficulty level of all the questions is being calculated automatically, according to the responses given.
- Last but not least, it's free.
The teachers can
- assign questions to their students.
- check the progress of their students by getting a detailed report, consisting of the list of solved, unsolved, incomplete, and unattempted questions, including the list of late submitted questions.
- get all the responses of their students to all the questions they answer.
- change the due date of each group of questions.
- send messages to their students.
- use the question bank to solve questions online to their students using an online collaboration tool like Zoom, Conceptboard, or Scribblar.
The students can
- solve questions independently. or they can try to complete the missions they have been assigned.
- get the list of all the solved, unsolved, incomplete, and unattempted questions, for future reference.
- get the key fact(s) for any incomplete question. This will help the student to get an idea of how s/he can solve it.
- get the solution(s) for any unsolved question. This will help the student grab the concept.
- request tuition from the teachers that they are in contact with.
There are 551 questions in our Question Bank.
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