The Effect of Quiz Timing on Exam Performance

  • Hadsell L
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Abstract

The author reported on the effectiveness of online quizzes in introductory finance courses. He found completion of quizzes near the time when the teacher presents the material in class lectures to be associated with a moderate and statistically significant increase in performance on exams. Feedback to students on their quiz performance did not seem to be as important as timely completion of the quizzes.

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  • introductory finance
  • learning
  • online quizzes

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  • Lester Hadsell

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