Is d exams papers different for all of us? (6)

Jun 10, 2022 2:48 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
any answers?

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Jun 14, 2022 3:28 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
pedro27: any answers?

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sometimes, when taking "paper" tests, everyone in the room receives the same test, but the questions are jumbled about differently to prevent another student copying...nursing and medical assistant boards used to do this.

not sure if this is what you meant by your question.....wine
Jun 14, 2022 3:42 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
rohaan: sometimes, when taking "paper" tests, everyone in the room receives the same test, but the questions are jumbled about differently to prevent another student copying...nursing and medical assistant boards used to do this.

not sure if this is what you meant by your question.....
i mean eac person is unique

as in our pasts

meainin all our exams are different

can u see my point?
Jun 14, 2022 3:45 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
pedro27: i mean eac person is unique

as in our pasts

meainin all our exams are different

can u see my point?
I guess. you re a little jumbled...
Jun 14, 2022 4:13 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
If you are speaking of secondary level exams then the papers in one school are different to other schools...but always the same within the school itself.
Jun 20, 2022 2:25 PM CST Is d exams papers different for all of us?
Deedee123x: If you are speaking of secondary level exams then the papers in one school are different to other schools...but always the same within the school itself.
What I meant was that, for instance, in Oregon when one goes to take the pharmacy tech test/medication assistant test, the same questions, such as what are normal limits for vital signs, what is the standard loading dose for an anti-biotic, what is a CBG for and how to dose accordingly, what does INR mean and what is the close window for the test and why, what to do if one receives too much Warfarin, etc. etc. etc. These are all included in the tests, but in different areas and pages so as to prevent cheating. I think Pedro missed the point/meaning.
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