The state of New York routinely gives high school regents exams. Like our Iowa Assessments, I presume. What if there was a place online that contained every exam and every individual question from these exams, categorized by each topic or concept? And teachers could use those questions to build their own tests?
Welcome toProblem Attic!
Problem Attic has thousands of questions for Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts from the New York Regents Exam. It’s more at the secondary level (def. not elementary). Teachers use these questions to build their own exams and activities.
The first thing you do is create a blank document. I decided to make a pretend test. There are over 9,500 math questions. Then I saw there were 22,000 science questions. I was amazed by the inclusion of drawings and diagrams, so I picked some of them too. I noticed that while most of the questions are multiple choice, some are essay, short answer type questions. Makes for a nice variety. The Language Arts sections are accompanied by reading passages and questions.
After picking all your questions, you can decide how you want to print. They even include nice options like making each question a flashcard for activities or ACT test prep rather than just a standard test.
HIGHLY recommended that you check this out (especially for ACT Prep)