Graph Linear Inequalities Question Type

Edcite is committed to providing technology-enhanced question types that meet teachers’ assessment needs and align with state tests. That is why we currently offer more question types than any other assessment platform. We encourage teachers and departments to check out our 60 item types—and feel free to send us feedback!

One of Edcite’s top question types for math is the graph linear inequalities question type.

Order List Question Type

Edcite features 60 interactive question types that allow students to show their understanding of standards and also practice with the type of technology-enhanced items that they will see on their end-of-year state test. This helps students show what they know rather than be stumped by how to use the technology to answer the questions. Most of our question types are also auto-graded, giving both teachers and students immediate feedback. 

One of Edcite’s most popular question types across subjects is the order list question type!

Dot Plot Question Type

With 60 question types, Edcite has technology-enhanced question types than any other assessment platform. The majority of our question types are auto-graded, which saves teachers time and gives both students and teachers instant feedback. Teachers can also tag items to state standards, which will give teachers immediate standards-based data.

One of most popular question types is our dot plot question type for math.

Drawing Answer Question Type

Edcite has a variety of technology-enhanced question types for all subjects and grade levels. Our question types have interactive elements such as drag and drop, selecting text, plotting graphs, and more. 

One of our newer question types that has become popular is our drawing question type

Randomized Numeric Question Type

With feedback from our community, Edcite has created 60 question types to help students show their learning. One of the question types we have created helps ensure that students have a secure testing environment.

That is why our randomized numeric question type has become so popular with math teachers!

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