“At the final level folks had to write a closed-book exam.”
“The researchers seemed impressed that practice retrieving facts worked better than making concept maps with the text in front of them at preparing students for a closed-book test even when the test itself involved making concept maps.”
“I am sorry to inform you that there will be a closed-book final examination at the end of the course.”
“After a quick nap and scuttling the GREs, maybe we can finish off closed-book testing. trackback”
“The tradition at my undergrad school was take-home, timed tests, often closed-book: that is, here is the test, bring it back next week, once you start you have 3 hours to finish.”
“I assume, by the way, that this closed-book MO is not baseball-specific?”
“Pearl said Standard Life and Resolution had a "very limited strategic fit" because Standard Life was focused on growing "capital-lite" new business, while the bulk of Resolution comprises its closed-book business, which is capital-intensive.”
“The traditional closed-book, sit down exam is a completely unreal thing.”
“So they will first write down why they currently give closed-book exams, and what problems might arise if they just let students bring their books and notes to such an exam.”
“The final examination at Oxford was in those days (maybe it still is) an ordeal unimaginable by those who have not experienced it: there was no continuous assessment at all, and one's whole academic fate depended on a succession of closed-book three-hour written papers (in the case of Greats fourteen of them), one after the other, two per day, with only the weekend as a short respite.”
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