All work and no play make Rusty a something something

Two reports due to the Dean today. 50+ tests graded. One test still needs to be written. You think taking a test sucks? Try writing one. Oh Scantron, Scantron. Where art though oh Scantron!! As you noticed, blogging was light. Now you know why.

Posted by: Rusty at 04:51 PM


1 Full moon's a coming.... watch out, Rusty! :-)

Posted by: firstbrokenangel at September 29, 2004 05:34 PM

2 WhereFORE are thou, O Scantron.


Friggin' Poly Sci wonks. [inarticulate grumbling ensues.]

Posted by: ccwbass at September 29, 2004 06:44 PM

3 I feel for you. Scantron is a godsend. I used to have to alphabetize and run 700+ Intro. Biology exams at a time when I was TAing. Go have a beverage of your choice :)

Posted by: caltechgirl at September 29, 2004 07:02 PM

4 oh, come on, Rusty, it's not that hard but then I guess that depends on the subject. Mine was medical, medical transcription, business administration and all that medical-knowledgeable stuff. Used to do it all the time. Probably not all that hard compared to what you have to teach. :-)

Posted by: firstbrokenangel at September 29, 2004 09:18 PM

5 There is a good side and a bad side to the Scantron test. The good side is on the grading end--very easy. The bad side is if you are working without a test bank. Coming up with questions that are fair and reflect what students ought to have learned is not easy. Plus, for each question you actually have to come up with four seperate answers. Sounds easy enough, since only one answer is correct, but try coming up with four answers that aren't totally out there and unrelated to the material. Trust me, it sucks.

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