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See wrong answers on an exam

Jada Nightflame 3 years ago updated by World of Potter 11 months ago 7

You would be able to see which question(s) you got wrong, because it's not fun to be left wondering. Plus, it could help the other students, if you think that the answer that the teacher said is right, is actually wrong. You could owl the teacher about it and they could review it then.

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As you will take the exam next year, we don't want you to get the answers.

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I can only support this idea. I am a teacher on the german site (Andrew Sutherland) and a lot of students actually ask why this is not a possibility. They complain that they do not know which answer was right, since they even searched for it. This happened to me as a student on the other sites as well. I was searching everything up and in the end I missed one or even two points.


Since I know how creating exams work, I know that you have to tick the "correct" answer and there is a possibility, even thought that you should proofread before students take them, that you marked the wrong box, which makes an incorrect answer the correct answer to a question. If a student was able to check their wrong answers at least, they could owl the teacher in case something like that happened.


I also know the downside of this, since they could simply copy or screenshot this and send it around, but since they already communicate with each other and do the exams together, I dont think it would be that much of a change.


I hope this idea gets supported by people and it might be considered to put such a thing up.


With magical regards,

Troy

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I like the idea, but it has to be when the exam is over so U can't help others more than ppl already do.

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Good idea! I do like to know what I did wrong...

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Great idea!

could that also include peeves and fred and gerge?

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Fred and George is a do-over, the same as peeves, if you got the right answers u could save it for next time without even guessing it right the first time, that wouldn't be fair ;)

ah did not know that

they do not write this anywhere in rules

thank you!

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As you will take the exam next year, we don't want you to get the answers.