This repository contains LaTeX Assessment Templates based on the amazing EXAM.CLS for generating quizzes, tests and exams for Mathematics courses taught at SSHL within the IB Diploma, GY2011 and MYP programmes.
Included are 5 content driven *.tex templates formatted using custom package files.
:: Updated: April 14th, 2017
:: Author: Mark Olson
:: Website: markolson.se
:: Twitter: markolsonse
:: Github: https://github.com/markolsonse/LatexAssessmentTemplates-SSHL
:: Logo: The logo used in all templates belongs to Sigtunaskolan Humanistiska Läroverket [SSHL], the school where I teach.
Naming of Files
Using my name to prepend the style files is not meant to be narcissistic naming convention, but a consequence of the original files not being intended to be externally useful and that these style files are currently being used across many different projects. Just a reminder that this project is really just a highly personalised version of the exam class.
Examination template that can compile versions with and without solutions from a single source file, and that uses subfiles to manage questions. Used for ENGR 40M in spring and summer 2017, may be useful for other courses.
Exam form template for Nanyang Technological University's School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (21 Aug 2006).
The \marks macro was renamed to \Qmarks in this template on Overleaf for correct compilation in recent LaTeX distributions.
Downloaded from https://ntulearn.ntu.edu.sg/bbcswebdav/users/ekvling/Public/latex/index.html
The AcroTeX bundle (LPPL 1.2) contains:
the web package to redefine page layout to web-friendly dimensions;
the exerquiz package for defining on-line exercises and quizzes of various sorts;
the eForms package for support of PDF forms;
the eq2db package for converting an exerquiz quiz for processing by a ASP server-side script.
Note that not all features are supported on Overleaf's preview panel for now; similarly, not all features are supported on all PDF viewers. For best effect, download a copy of the the output PDF, and use Adobe Reader or Acrobat Distiller to open it.