# [NTG-context] Prepare exams with ConTeXT

batela batela at tugamail.com
Sun Jun 3 01:21:48 CEST 2007

Thanks a lot. Now I'm very close to the final solution.

In LaTeX there are a exam package that do the summation of the
individual scores and show that in the page bottom and at end of the
exam in tabulate format. Perhaps ConTeXT can do the same in similar
way.

Em 02/06/2007, às 11:27, Aditya Mahajan escreveu:

> On Sat, 2 Jun 2007, batela wrote:
>
>> Hello to all:
>>
>> I need to prepare an exam. The layout must be the following one:
>>
>> Questions
>> ____page
>> Scores
>> ____page
>>
>> For example:
>>
>> \startquestion
>> In a body with mass=2 kg is applied a force of 2N. Which is the body
>> acceleration?
>>               write F = m a \score[5]
>>               solve  a = F/m \score[4]
>>              find and write correctly a = 1 m/s2 \score[1]
>>
>> \stopquestion
>>
>> The result should be:
>>
>> Question 1: In a body with mass=2 kg is applied a force of 2N. Which
>> is the
>> body acceleration?.
>>
>> Question 2:
>>
>> Question 3:
>> __________ Page___________
>>
>> Scores
>>
>> Question 1 ..................... 10 points
>> Question 2 ...................... 20 points
>> Question 3 ...................... 20 points
>>
>> ___________Page____________
>> Criteria
>>
>> Question 1
>> write F = m a
>> ........................................................ 5
>> points
>> resolve  a = F/m....................................................4
>> points
>> find and write correctly a = 1 m/s2 ................... 1 points
>>
>> are there any way to make this a easy task?
>
> For placing questions and answers at different locations, use blocks.
> I do not know what is a good way of generate list of scores. I think
> that it can be done using lists, but I do not know lists well enough
> to do that quickly.
>
> Also if you do not like the fact that lists use \begin ... \end as
> delimiters, and want to use \start ... \stop here is a ugly hack :)
>
>
>
> \startelements             dutch                     english
>                             german                    czech
>                             italian                   romanian
>                             french
>
>                      begin: beginvan                  start
>                             anfang                    zacatek
>                             inizio                    inceput
>                             debut
>                        end: eindvan                   stop
>                             ende                      konec
>                             fine                      sfarsit
>                             fin
>
> \stopelements
>
> \defineenumeration[Question]
> \setupblock
> \setupblock
>    [question][before={\startQuestion},after={\stopQuestion}]
>
> \def\score[#1]{\dotfill\emspace#1~points\endgraf}
>
>
> \def\generateexam
>    {\title{Exam}
>     \useblocks[question]
>     \title{Scores}
>     I do not know how to do this. You can use lists, or there may be
> easier
>     ways
>     \title{Criteria}
>
>
> \starttext
> \startquestion
>   In a body with mass=2 kg is applied a force of 2N. Which is the body
>   acceleration?
>     write F = m a \score[5]
>     solve  a = F/m \score[4]
>     find and write correctly a = 1 m/s2 \score[1]
> \stopquestion
> \startquestion
>   In a body with mass=2 kg is applied a force of 2N. Which is the body
>   acceleration?
>     write F = m a \score[5]
>     solve  a = F/m \score[4]
>     find and write correctly a = 1 m/s2 \score[1]
> \stopquestion
>
> \generateexam
>
> \stoptext
>
>
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