Sunday, March 15, 2009

Web site offers free standardized test help

A new site,, quizzes students preparing for Massachusetts standardized tests and asks them to explain how they formulated their answers as a way to help teachers target weak areas. "We believe that we will be able to help students and teachers save time, spend less time on test preparation, and still score higher on the test," said site founder Raju Gupta. The site currently is being piloted by around 1,000 people, this article says. The Boston Globe

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