midterm examination


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Noun1.midterm examination - an examination administered in the middle of an academic termmidterm examination - an examination administered in the middle of an academic term
exam, examination, test - a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; "when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions"
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Correlation analysis revealed a significant correlation among self-efficacy, expected GPA and actual GPA in the midterm examination (Table 2).
The questionnaire consisting of five broad areas sought information about assessment practices in the respective courses, which included coursesyllabus/objectives, classroom assessment, midterm examination, final-term examination and assignments/presentations/ portfolios/quizzes.
Just after his midterm examination, Rachels asked me to stay after class.
In Laxman Public School at Hauz Khas, many students couldn't appear for the midterm examination as they were hospitalised with symptoms of dengue.
The participants were classified into three crammer groups, according to the date they started to study for the midterm examination: extreme crammers (n = 55), light crammers (n = 69), and noncrammers (n = 44).
In each cohort, we split the pupils into four quarters according to their Z scores on the first midterm examination by dividing them at the three quartiles.
Midterm examination was conducted at the end of the first semester and the final examination was held at the end of the second semester.
The score for Assignment #3 is significantly less than that for Assignment #2, as is the midterm examination when compared with the final.
An additional classroom study is included with the research of Pritchard and Wilson who studied faculty and student stress and health during midterm examination week.
To understand whether changing students' psychological constructs change their grades, after the midterm examination, I selected students who were low grades in the midterm examination or low indexes in the internal locus of control and both.