Latex quiz template

Latex quiz template

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For many years, I’ve been using LaTeX to produce course materials such as quizzes, tests, and lecture notes. My graduate students use it for study as well as writing articles and theses. I’ve included some LaTeX classes and models that I use in the hopes that they will be useful to others.
Anyone is free to use the classes and examples in any way they see fit. They were created over a long period of time, resulting in some “sub-optimal” code. But it works for me, and it might be a decent starting point for your own LaTeX papers.
I’ve modified the standard article class to make it simple to create evaluation items that can generate both a question and an answer sheet. That is, a single LaTeX file containing questions and answers is generated, and it is then used to generate two PDFs: a question sheet with space for students to handwrite answers, and an answer sheet with the answers displayed below each question.
When it comes to in-class quizzes, I make several variations of the same quiz. For example, in a class of 40 students, I could create four variants and distribute them so that ten students do one, ten do the next, and so on. This makes copying from the next-door neighbor even more difficult. The variants are either slight improvements to the same question (for example, a different calculation) or completely different questions. I’ve written some LaTeX commands to assist with the development of query variants. A single LaTeX file is used, and a PDF for each quiz variant can be produced from it.

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TeX has the ability to produce presentation slides. Aside from the beautiful made mathematics, the benefit of doing this is that the output is a PDF, which means there would never be a problem with the computer system not having a program to open your file or other compatibility problems. Here are some resources to get you started with Beamer.
A variety of LaTeX models have also been developed by me. These have been uploaded to Overleaf so that you don’t have to compile them to access them. Tap on the ‘Menu’ in the upper-left to download the source code for each of the models you want to use. After that, you should upload it to Overleaf for your own use!
It is more effective to use a style sheet in certain situations where one can produce several identical papers, such as quizzes where one would have several different quizzes but all with the same preamble coding. This way, you can keep all of your quizzes in one folder and compile them all using the same style sheet. This eliminates a lot of clutter at the start of each quiz. A separate ‘Multi-use’ template is included for templates that have this design.

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I’m trying to create an exam with R/exams and the exams2canvas feature (). My questions include LaTeX code that includes the use of some packages (specifically, tikz and tikz-qtree, as well as a few other tikz libraries), but I’m having trouble importing them.
As a result, you’ll need to compile tikz graphics in LaTeX and then convert them to a graphics format that HTML can recognize, such as SVG vector graphics or raster graphics like PNG or JPG. The include tikz() function in R/exams provides this feature.
I’ve modified the exercise so that the tikz code is only used as LaTeX for the exams2pdf() and exams2nops() functions, which must then be adapted to load tikz and tikz-qtree. Otherwise, magick plus pdf2svg is used to convert the tikz code to SVG. You may also render to a different format, such as PNG.
exams2canvas() will work similarly to exams2html() (). At the bottom of the page, you’ll find the updated tikz tree.Rnw file. This thread in the R/exams forum on R-Forge has some additional pointers and information (including an R/Markdown version of the exercise): https://R-Forge.R-project.org/forum/forum.php?thread id=33909&forum id=4377&group id=1337&thread id=33909&forum id=4377&group id=1337&thread id=33909&forum id=4377&group id=13

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A variety of LaTeX templates are available at the MGO. These have been uploaded to Overleaf so that you don’t have to compile them to access them. Tap on the ‘Menu’ in the upper-left to download the source code for each of the models you want to use. After that, you should upload it to Overleaf for your own use!
It is more effective to use a style sheet in certain situations where one can produce several identical papers, such as quizzes where one would have several different quizzes but all with the same preamble coding. This way, you can keep all of your quizzes in one folder and compile them all using the same style sheet. This eliminates a lot of clutter at the start of each quiz. A separate ‘Multi-use’ template is included for templates that have this design.
TeX has the ability to produce presentation slides. Aside from the beautiful made mathematics, the benefit of doing this is that the output is a PDF, which means there would never be a problem with the computer system not having a program to open your file or other compatibility problems. Here are some resources to get you started with Beamer.

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