Essay - The ADTPs students are having a hard time scoring...

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The ADTP’s students are having a hard time scoring As in general subjects, especially subjects like political science and history subjects, which students will not have any interest in studying them. It is not because it requires a lot of memorization understanding of the subjects, it is because these subjects are just extremely boring, to most of the students. With these types of problems, we came up with an application. It is an application that have quizzes of the subjects ‘American History’ and ‘Malaysia History’. It works like this; first you must choose either ‘American History’ or ‘Malaysian History’. And when you clicked on any one of it, you will be asked to answer 50 questions of the subject. It will not take too long to finish everything. Every one of the
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