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Is there a free Turnitin app or website for math?

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Full Member
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3 years ago
I am looking for a free app or website like turnitin for math. When I give summative tests I like to give students the opportunity to expand and learn from their mistakes by checking and re-doing the exercises they didn't do or missed. I would also like to make corrections more hi tech. Is there such a thing? Thanks.
Basic Member
2 years ago
I have used www.thatquiz.org You can set up an account and decide how you want things graded. You can make your own tests or use what they have.
Full Member
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2 years ago
This is a great tool.
Basic Member
1 year ago
@Mangielo. I really like your idea. It doesn't seem like any of the replies thus far address your question. I do not know of the resource you are looking for however if you find something that addresses your request please let me know as I would love to use something like this myself. Revising tests in a digital format, as an assignment, is a missing link in my teaching.
Basic Member
2 months ago
I also use www.thatquiz.org.
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2 months ago
Also curious
Full Member
2 months ago
Thank you for introducing me to thatquiz.org.

CK-12.org allows you to create your own quizzes and problem sets using a set of questions they have on various topics. It's organized by curriculums, and you can modify a set curriculum to create your own. However, it doesn't give very good hints.

I want to try to use Art of Problem Solving's Alcumus this next year (https://artofproblemsolving.com/alcumus) to give student's adaptive problems to practice, maybe once a week.

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