The Anatomy of a Course Exam: How a Test Becomes a Test
If it hasn't happened already, at some point it will: you'll come face-to-face with a midterm or final exam.
Hopefully, you worked hard to prepare, learning the material inside and out, up and down. Then, once you take the test, you most likely breathe a sigh of relief and move on.
Exams are a fundamental part of college in general. But the University's process for developing exams is probably different from what you experienced in other college courses. When all is said and done, exam development is not a simple process. Each day, you can find a team of people hard at work behind the scenes, dedicated to ensuring that every exam is fair and carefully developed.
Here's what goes into the course exam you just took