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As the end of Spring semester draws to an end, finals are near and stress levels typically increase – for both faculty and students. Here are a few end of semester tips:

  • Closer to the final exam time, discuss the exam with your students, letting them know the kinds of questions you'll be asking and why.
  • As you develop questions, you might consider soliciting exam questions from your students. The two major benefits of this are that it tells you what they think is important/interesting and it gets them to think about the course as a whole.
  • After the exams have been graded, do a quick analysis of the questions and responses. Are there some that generated more incorrect or less successful responses than you expected? Make changes and note suggestions now, for next year. Do it while the exam is fresh in your mind.

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