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Hooda Math Updates Timed Tests for Any Device
Hooda Math has updated its free timed math tests to work on any Internet-connected device.
Covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, the tests can be set by students or teachers to include 25, 50 or 100 questions. Percentage correct, incorrect answers and the time required to take the test are all tracked and a report can then be emailed to the teacher or printed out.
"More schools are shifting toward 1:1 and BYOD programs, we want students to have access to free math timed tests from any device: desktop, laptop or mobile," said Michael Edlavitch, founder and CEO at Hooda Math, in a prepared statement.
"Our students love using timed tests from Hooda Math. These tests are a great way to test knowledge and mastery as well as identify areas I can provide further support," said Tammy Aman, a math intervention teacher at East North Street Academy, in a prepared statment. "To make the timed tests even more fun, we even used Hooda Math tests to host a monthly competition between classes in our Math Lab!"
More information about Hooda Math's timed tests is available at hoodamath.com.
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