Are students better prepared than their teachers to determine whether they are personally ready to take an examination at any given time? In two courses, for four years, students were given the option of determining whether they wished to take the first two of three tests which were administered each term. The evidence indicates that they preferred to be given a choice rather than be required to take all three tests.



exams, testing readiness, exam options

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