Thursday, May 28, 2009

Tewwg Test

What did you think of the test? Was it easy? Hard? If so what was the hardest part?

28 comments:

Andrew Broedel said...

I took this test fourth period today and i found it pretty easy. It only took me 15 minutes. After all of the homework we do im allways prepared for these tests.

JP Kuhlman said...

I thought that the test was okay. This was definitely one of our shorter tests. It didn’t help that I did not like the book at all though. I’m not sure how I did but I answered most of the questions. Time to get summer reading!

jeff247 said...

The test came pretty easy to me. If I had to state the hardest section it would be the location description. It was kind of tough to remember what was significant about each location and what they symbolized.

fgoodwin012 said...

Today I liked the design of the test. I liked how it was set up and the questions asked. The review we had was suffecient enough that I fee confident on my grade.

Sonic teh Hedgeblog said...

I felt that this test was a very simple test. Only one or two questions tripped me up but I felt that I did ok once I finished it. However, when I got home today, I saw that my test score was uploaded already and I scpred a 97. I always do good on Mr. Dutrow's exams, but today I just thought my grade would reflect that I didn't read this book. I'm thankful that we review for our tests that always helps with some of the smaller things that I have missed.

Zack Jewby said...

I thought that the test was relatively hard but the reading responses really do help and make it a little bit easier for me. Even though i do not like doing responses they really do help alot. I did notice that it was shorter than most of the tests i liked it alot better than the last few.

Nick Feurer said...

I thought the test was pretty hard. The vocab section was easier then normal because there were less words. The paragragh responses were hard and so were the symbols. But overall it was not a hard test.

10jenglehart said...

I thought this test was very easy. I liked how it was set up and I can agree with the others that this was one of our shortest test's. The hardest part of the test I would say would be the short answers. I only say this because I cant get it done in one class period. I have to come after school to finish it but that doesnt bother me.

mark said...

The test was very easy I thought the vocab and matching was very easy. I think the hardest part was the short answers. I didn't really understand those as much. Overall I was well prepared for it.

Tyler Bohn said...

It was alright. It wasn't too long but long enough for it to take me all period. I had to think about some of the questions too. The vocab and matching were pretty easy, but finding the importance of certain places was hard.

10Jbrown said...

I thought the test was kind of hard. Like always I felt most confident on the character and vocab matching section. The hardest part was knowing the short answer and knowing some of the locations. I also forgot what Chicago meant for the story.

Dougaree said...

i thought this test was not that hard. i read over everything the night before so i did pretty good. The hardest part i thought was probably naming all the symbols and places. i just couldn't remember much about them.

coreykieff said...

Well, considering I read the book, I thought it was fairly easy. The test does as usual take a lot of time and can tire your hand out. My favorite part of the test was the identification section, because I we talked about them during class.

Andrew Lewis said...

I took this test second period today, and I was pretty tired, but I feel very confident about my grade. Doing all of the homework, and assignments made it a lot easier to take.

seansutton said...

I did not think the test was hard but I thought it was really long. The fact that most of the test needed written responses and not multiple choice made it frustrating. I think the hardest part was the last essay comparing Jane to Gatsby.

Andrew Hynes said...

I did not find the test to hard but I did find that it was a great deal of writing. Sometimes all writing can be very easy but time consuming. I thought the test was fair with a lot of writing.

tydecrispino said...

The test all together was pretty easy, but their were some questions I did not unerstand. Some of the objects which we had to say why they were significant to the novel were very unusual and I felt were irrelevant to the novel completely.

Troy Brodie said...

I think the test was easy and I didn't even read every chapter. I hope I'm not speaking too soon when I say this, but I feel I did pretty well. If you paid attention to the mini-review we had, you should have been okay. The vocab was pretty easy also.

xWBR IIIx said...

Since i studied for this test i found it pretty easy. The hardest part on the test i think was the comparing Janie's American Dream to Jay Gatsby. Another hard part i think was findng the was that Janie connected to nature, besides the pear tree i couldn't think of anyhting else. But for the most part i think it was an easy A.

jamie said...

I thought the test was fairly easy for a few reasons. Yesterday in class Mr. Dutrow practically told us all that was going to be on the test. The test was fairly straight forward accept for a few curveballs. The essay questions were not a problem if you read the book. The hardest parts were the things he did not warn us about, the curveballs, such as "a washtub full of macaroni and cheese"

Joe Winter said...

The whole test was pretty easy. I might have missed a couple points from the important places. The hardest part was most likely the importance of locations for a majority of people.

bmore10123 said...

This test was probably one of the easiest tests all year if you read the book, or even read sparknotes. The vocabulary words were common sense and the stort answer were just tedious and nothing more.I hopefully got an A on this test along with these blogs to put a strong end to my 4th quarter grade.

bmore10123 said...

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Bobblogs said...

That test was a piece of cake. I wasn't to into this book but the class discussions really helped me out when the test came. I struggled with the geography but other than that it was groovy.

viktor said...

Overall I found the test to be pretty easy just like the last one. I think I found the last couple test to be easier than the whole year is because I started to pay attention more in the class discussion every day. The hardest part of the test would be short answer because there were a lot of them and they take longer than any other section.

kfrance said...

This test was again one of the easiest I have taken in this class. I can certainly agree with Broedel to some extent because I only did some of the responses for this novel. Another, thing that I wanted to mention is that Mr. Dutrow is like our human version of sparknotes. Think on this for a second. Everytime he tells us to go home read a chapter and write a response. Then the next day he prcatically analyzes the whole chapter for us in depth, with insight to future events within the book. I actually learned how to do some of what he does, in terms of like when I read something how to look for the deeper meaning. So thankyou Mr. Dutrow!!!

Gangler Bangler said...

I thought the test was pretty easy. I knew most of the stuff and I didn't even have to study. The short answer I think will boost my grade.

KarlGreen said...

I actually thought it was very easy, even though there was alot of writing. As long as you gave plenty of the time with the short answers it made it easy. But it was excesivly to long. I did not have enough time to visit.