Combining different assessment types for greater insights
What's an MCQ? I had to Google it to find out it stands for "Multiple Choice Question". But it was confusing to read in the article without any explanation.
Whenever you have an expression like this it's generally a good idea to spell the entire thing out the first time it occurs in the sentence, and then parenthetically provide the abbreviation that you use for the rest of the document.
Any chance you’d share those 20 MCQs?
High School students planning to go to college should know that they will face reading lists of nonfiction books and be asked to write research papers. The vast majority of American public high school students are not asked to read a single complete nonfiction book or to write a term paper before graduation. But they suspect that the safe spaces of fiction readings and personal writing will not prepare them well enough for college. In many cases their teachers have neither the inclination nor the time to help them with History research papers, and while some students, such as many of those published in The Concord Review since 1987, have set up Independent Study programs which let them write such papers [now averaging 9,000 words], others may want to make use of the services we offer to serious diligent secondary students of History: tcr,org