ExamSoft's category function allows St. Joseph By The Sea High School faculty to identify weaknesses in specific areas of student learning.
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Utilizing Category Statistics to Increase Student Self Awareness and Guide Exam Preparation
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Using ES to Promote Critical Thinking and Student Engagement
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Item Analysis with ExamSoft
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The Benefits of Linking Objective and Subjective Assessments
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