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Last Updated: 2007 September 15 An Overview of Types of Test Questions Questions may be based on material up to and including the last class before the test. Students can have a good idea of test questions by examining and trying the questions in the text book. Most test questions will either (1) come directly from the texts or be variations of such questions, (2) be based on the assignments, (3) be based on class lectures, (4) be based on the slides. Without limiting the types of questions to be asked, students can expect questions of the following types. In brief, consider all concepts and terminolgy used in the text book, assignment, slides and lectures and ask the typical questions - how, why, when, where and what - individually and in combination. Test questions, without limitation, can phrased and answered in the following ways. true/false -- wrong answers lose points multiple choice -- wrong answers lose points short answer in English draw a diagram programming in Java
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2010 for the course CSE CSE 2011 taught by Professor Neugyen during the Winter '09 term at York University.

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