E - testing against classical testing in subject Mathematics

  • Biljana Zlatanovska
  • Mirjana Kocaleva
  • Aleksandar Krstev
  • Zoran Zdravev


In this paper we analyze the impact of the knowledge acquired from the previous mathematical education in correlation with knowledge gained from lectures and exercises in Mathematics. Analysis was based on a test. Testing is conducted on students of technical faculties. One part of these students are tested with electronic tests (e - students), and the other part are tested on classical way (c - students). Electronic testing is conducted on Moodle platform for e - learning. The testing covers three topics: integral, functions of several variables and differential equations. The collected data are treated with statistical processing and by results we conclude that c - students are weaker in terms of e - students. However both ways i.e. classical and electronic diverge each other and we cannot precisely define what results are less reliable.


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