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quiz out (of something)

to earn permission to waive a college course by successful completion of a quiz or exam. Andrew was able to quiz out of calculus. After studying very hard, he quizzed out.
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quiz someone about someone or something

to ask someone many questions about someone or something. The general quizzed the soldier about the incident. The officer quizzed her about Randy.
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quiz someone on someone or something

to give someone a quiz or test over the subject of someone or something. The teacher quizzed the students on the chapter she had assigned for homework. I hope they quiz me on George Washington. I am prepared.
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piss quiz

n. a urine test for drugs. (Usually objectionable.) They told me I had to take a piss quiz to work there.
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Quiz Kid

A very smart youngster. A popular radio show during the 1940s and '50s and later a television series, Quiz Kids featured a panel of five youngsters, none over the age of sixteen, with extraordinarily high IQs. They answered difficult questions on a wide range of topics that were submitted by listeners. Among the panelists who went on to bigger and better things was James Watson, the Nobel scientist who codiscovered DNA. People used the phrase as both a compliment (“My son is so smart, he could be a Quiz Kid”) and sarcasm (“You flunked another test?—nice going, Quiz Kid!”).
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Toward this end, the quizzes are designed to achieve a median score of 2.
The only difference between the two sections was that students in one section (n = 36) completed pre-lecture quizzes and students in the other section (n = 34) did not.
The cost of studying for these quizzes must be considered low as students know that initial scores are not binding.
Untimed online quizzes reward students who accumulate enough information to successfully answer specific quiz questions.
8220;We know that quizzes get a bad rap but we think that should change.
Although the literature on the effect of quizzes is mixed, an examination of the studies by Azorlosa & Renner, (2006) and Azorlosa, (2011) may shed some light on this topic.
The researchers have demonstrated that for students undertaking an operations management course, online quizzes are not as useful as some educators might think.
Weekly quizzes provide relatively simple "mountains" to conquer and students gain a degree of confidence necessary to confront more demanding elements of the course.
Although some research supports using daily essay quizzes to boost major exam performance, maximizing the impact of these quizzes is not without logistical challenges.
com/quiz-school/), a free groundbreaking learning tool that enables educators to utilize the power of the Internet to create online quizzes and practice tests for their students.
The data compiled from the multiple choice quizzes and the satisfaction surveys were input into SPSS, a statistical analysis package and analyzed using Independent Samples t-test.
And this week, the channels which operate the pay-to-play quizzes face stiff new rules.
The software automatically distributes, collects and marks quizzes and offers customized marking so teachers can tailor grading schemes.
New features include more options for administering and scoring quizzes, including the ability to randomize quiz questions for individual students, and to export quiz results to Excel spreadsheets.
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