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    MominTexas is offline Junior Member
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    My student (aspie/adhd:non-medicated) flies through his lessons so quickly that I'm not sure he's actually absorbing the information. He prefers to read and work on his own. When he gets to the quiz....he scores very poorly and then retakes multiple times trying to improve his score. The questions constantly change so his score can go up or down. He doesn't like to write or memorize. I feel that he'd do better if he had multiple choice answers to choose from. He's pretty good about recalling info if he can "see it." Any ideas guys?

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    What grade is your son in? My boys are in 4th and 9th grades, and I would say that 90% (or more) of their quizzes are multiple choice. You may want to tell him that if doesn't score well the first time he takes the quiz, he will have to go through the whole lesson again, but with you at his side. If he really values working independently, maybe he will slow down and pay closer attention the first time around?

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    MominTexas is offline Junior Member
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    Thanks for that suggestion. I'll give it a try and we'll see.

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