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ProceduresForMakingCorrectionsOnAnAssessment

If you take an assessment and you score a 7, 8 or 9 out of 10 and you don't want to create a new playlist and take a whole new assessement then you can choose to make corrections on your assessment to earn back 1/2 credit per problem.

  • Title Paper (Test Corrections for)
  • First and Last Name
  • Period of Math
  • Write down the full question that you missed
  • Tell what you chose and why it was mathematically wrong (why it doesn't compute)
    • No "I made a mistake"
    • No "I went too fast"
    • No "I didn't understand or misread the question"
  • Tell what the correct choice is and why it is the correct choice (justify the mathematics, explain the definition, etc.)

Example:

Test Corrections for Adding and Subtracting Decimals              Heather Turner   2nd Period

What is the sum of 568.982 and 36?

I chose 604,982.  This is incorrect because 568.982
                                                                   +   37.000
                                                                      604.982
There is a decimal between the 4 and the 9 not a comma

The correct answer is 604.982 as demonstrated in my math work above.

Corrections will be made during Advisory or at home not during classtime. So, make sure you have the questions you missed copied down before leaving school.