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CTAN has a new package: QCM

Date: October 14, 2004 2:23:17 PM CEST
A new package has been installed on tug.ctan.org and I expect that it has already arrived at your favorite mirror. Thanks for the upload, Jim Hefferon ====================================================================== The following information was provided by the package's contributor. Name of contribution: QCM Author's name: Didier Verna Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/qcm Summary description: A LaTeX2e class for making multiple choices questionnaires License type: lppl Announcement text given by the package's contributor: - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the first public release of QCM. This package provides you with a document class for making multiple choices questionnaires ("QCM" is the corresponding French acronym) under LaTeXe. A special environment allows you to define questions and possible answers that you can specify as correct or wrong. QCM not only formats the questions for you, but also generates a "form" (a grid that your students will have to fill in), and a "mask" (the same grid, already filled in properly). You can then print the mask on a slide and correct the questionnaires more easily by superimposing the mask on top of students' forms. QCM also comes with support for AUC-TeX. - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You can have a look at the package at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/qcm although you may get a better network connection by visiting a mirror of CTAN that is near to you; see http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/README.mirrors

QCM – A class for making multiple choice questionnaires

QCM is a package for making multiple choices questionnaires under (“QCM” is the French acronym for this style of test). A special environment allows you to define questions and possible answers. You can specify which answers are correct and which are not. QCM not only formats the questions for you, but also generates a ‘form’ (a grid that your students will have to fill in), and a ‘mask’ (the same grid, only with correct answers properly checked in). You can then print the mask on a slide and correct the questionnaires more easily by superimposing the mask on top of students' forms. QCM can also typeset exam corrections automatically, and comes with support for AUC-.

PackageQCM
Version2.1
MaintainerDidier Verna

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