7 edition of Preparing Better Teacher-Made Tests found in the catalog.
October 1990 by Phi Delta Kappa Intl Inc .
Written in English
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Better Tests Don't Lead to Better Teaching, Study Finds Test-prep lessons were lower quality even when tests were higher quality. By The Hechinger Report, Author: The Hechinger Report. Unfortunately, it is not possible to get the solutions for Objective Mathematics by RD Sharma in the format of a PDF.
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