How to Get Students Interacting with Test Questions

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I’m sure you’ve noticed that student interest perks up whenever there’s a mention of potential test questions. I wonder if we could be taking more advantage of that interest. Truth be told, we should be as interested in these questions as students are. Studying by using questions is an evidence-based strategy, one that improves exam scores and promotes deep learning. Here’s some ways we can leverage that interest and get students more focused on questions and less into memorizing answers.

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