Don't panic, because you are not going to be "graded" in the traditional
sense. Why take quizzes?
* to teach your prof what understanding you already have, so we can start at about the right level.
* to see how your understanding grows
Using InQsit software:
You'll logon to the software over the Internet, and answer questions sitting at the computer.
The software will record your answers and sometimes give feedback on them.
You can change answers and print out your work BEFORE you finish the quiz.
New quizzes and surveys will be added periodically.
While there is no signature code required for enrollment, your professor wants to learn more about prospective students to know at what level to start the class. Just follow the instructions below and InQsit's prompts... it's easy. If you don't know, check OTHER instead of guessing. If you are uncertain about answers to any of your questions, go review the material after the survey to restore your skills and confidence before class starts.
- Click on InQsit, then click "Enter here" and "Student Interface".
- From the Module List, choose "PS Math" and click on the button at the bottom ("Show selected module").
- Enter your name, and click the Sign In button. A window with empty boxes should come up.
- Fill in your responses, and finally hit the Submit Test for Grading button.
- The computer will not tell you what you got right and wrong this time. Review anything you are uncertain of. We will go over answers together on the first day of class in fall.
- Send email to Dr. Zita to let her know you took the survey and to establish contact. Please be patient if her response is delayed, as she is on leave and may be traveling for research. Remember start the subject header with "PS"
- Come to Academic Fair on 15.May.2021 to get your questions about the program answered and see some of the texts.
If you email Dr. Zita, do it from a computer
where you are logged in as yourself so the Reply will reach you.
If you are logged in anonymously, you may not receive the response!
in the Subject line, or your message might not