Do In-Class Exams Make Students Study Harder?
36.elderly students find it hard to keep up with the rapid changes in education.
对应原文“Yes, my advanced age must factor into the equation (等式), in part because of my inability to access the information as quickly.”
advanced age对应 elderly ；
37．Some believe take-home exams may affect students’ performance in other courses.
“Students risk health and well being, as well as performance in other end-of-term work”
risk 对应affect ；
38.certain professors believe in- class exams are ultimately more helpful to students.
对应原文“David Eisenbach…He believes students ultimately learn more and encourages them to form study groups.”
believes 和 ultimately原词复线。
“learn more and encourages”对应more helpful
39.in-calss exams are believed to discouraged cheating in exams.
对应“He also says there is less chance of cheating with the in-class variety. ”
cheating 原词复现，“less chance”对应“ discouraged”
40.the author was happy to learn she could do some exams at home.
对应“and now I have a professor who issues take-home ones. I was excited when I learned this…”
take-home 对应do some exams at home
41.students who put off their work until the last month often find the exams more difficult than they actually are.
对应原文“There are people who always wait until the last minute, and make it much harder than it needs to be. ”
“wait until the last minute”对应“put off their work until the last month”
“make it much harder than it needs to be”对于 “find the exams more difficult than they actually are.”
42. different students may prefer different types of exams.
对应原文“Students’ test-form preferences vary, too, often depending on the subject and course difficulty.”
43.most professors agree whether to give an in-class or a take-home exam depends on the type of course being taught.
对应原文 “Most college professors agree the kind of exam they choose largely depends on the subject. ”
Most college professors 和agree 和depends on原词复现 ；
the kind of 对应the type of
44.the author dropped out of college some forty years ago.
“So it may seem rather strange that I have returned to college to finish the degree I left undone some four decades ago.”
left undone 对应dropped out of ；
four decades ago 对应forty years ago
45. some students think take-home exams will eat up their free time.
对应“I like in-class exams because the time is already reserved, as opposed to using my free time at home to work on a test”
“free time” 原词重现
“using ”对应“eat up”