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test paper

Paper impregnated with a substance that will change color when exposed to solutions of a certain pH or to specific chemicals.
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The ex-deputy head teacher, who has since moved to Spain, also allowed at least one member of staff to prepare a list of words from the test papers that pupils would have difficulty with to make sure they knew those words.
UNTIL I was 15 I thought my maths teacher really liked me as my test papers were always covered with Xs.
Dozens of experienced markers have been stopped from checking Sats test papers taken by primary school children after they were themselves checked by being asked to grade dummy scripts provided by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA).
The annual performance tables, delayed from last year due to a fiasco over the marking of test papers, was greeted with some joy in the county.
PROVISIONAL results for Sats test papers for 11-year-olds were being published today after weeks of delays.
The DVD also details the areas of the vehicle to be inspected, and includes manager's notes, test papers and answer papers.
The Government have blamed Educational Testing Services, the US-based company hired to mark the test papers.
The test papers cover all abilities and pupils are awarded one of the levels based on how many marks they score.
The panel of judges, chaired by the Racing Post's Brough Scott, came to their verdict after a rigorous series of examinations, including test papers, mystery shopper visits and interviews.
The plant will repackage urine test papers for shipment to Japan and manufacture drugs for stool testing for occult blood for the U.
Pluralistic in methodology, the journal will carry case studies, test papers, book reviews and comparative studies across countries.
The corrected test papers are returned to the students and positive feedback is provided.