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I really like the idea of offering 1/2 credit for test corrections (I found a great method online). The problem is, we use Pearson Realize and the tests are all online. I don't really like the tests they have and I usually customize them. The problem is, I cannot print the tests that I customize and when the kids finish the test, it shows them the correct answer, so there's no real way to have them redo it to get it right. Has anyone had a similar situation? I really don't like this aspect of Pearson Realize. There just aren't many options for flexibility.

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Spedhed 09-10-2018 03:57 PM

Can you “recostomize” with different numbers and have them retest after you go over the first one? I know that’s probably too time-consuming. Can you use the snipping tool and snip the test into Word and then print it?

puzzle1mom 09-03-2018 05:35 AM

I really like the idea of offering 1/2 credit for test corrections (I found a great method online). The problem is, we use Pearson Realize and the tests are all online. I don't really like the tests they have and I usually customize them. The problem is, I cannot print the tests that I customize and when the kids finish the test, it shows them the correct answer, so there's no real way to have them redo it to get it right. Has anyone had a similar situation? I really don't like this aspect of Pearson Realize. There just aren't many options for flexibility.




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