How It Works
Test corrections are not required, but are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Test corrections are due no later than one week after the corrected test was returned to you. It will be your responsibility to know when test corrections due date will be according to when scores are released.
Multiple choice Questions
For the Multiple Choice Questions Test Correction you will earn 75% of the points missed for each corrected questions that follows the formats on the form AND demonstrates understanding of the corrected information.
Use the following MCQ Test Corrections Form (File>Make a Copy) and Re-Write the entire question. (you do not need to re-write any quotes or passages that accompany the question). Explain why the answer you chose was incorrect, and explain why the correct answer is correct. In other words, you're writing 2 explanations for each missed multiple choice item.
Please do not say the item was wrong because you chose the wrong answer, or that it is correct because that is what the books says. Such explanations cannot earn credit because they do not demonstrate understanding.
When you are done, email your test corrections within one week of when test scores were released. Title your subject line "<Name of Test> MCQ corrections - <your name>" Don't forget to attach the document AND give me viewing rights in your document's share settings.
Use the following SAQ Test Corrections Form (File>Make a Copy) and Re-write the entire question and the correct answer(s) for the part(s) you missed. Label each part of the question as it appears on the test: a., b., c., etc. (you do not need to re-write ay quotes or other passage that accompany the question.)
When you are done, email your test corrections within one week of when test scores were released. Title your subject line "<Name of Test> SAQ corrections - <your name>" Don't forget to attach the document AND give me viewing rights in your document's share settings.
LEQ's and DBQ's
Once you have received your score for your LEQ or DBQ you will have the opportunity to correct one section or skill on the rubric. Your goal is to work from the top down - this is so you can master the intro paragraph with contextualization and thesis statement first, then sourcing the documents and then finally the section with relevant outside information.
To correct your LEQ use the linked Google Form.
To correct your DBQ use the linked Google Form