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# How do you calculate your hit rate?

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10 Sep 2007, 14:39
I supposed it should as simple as = correct / total

What do you use? a excel spreadsheet? a notebook? Any suggestions for me to implement this?

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10 Sep 2007, 23:10
I supposed it should as simple as = correct / total

What do you use? a excel spreadsheet? a notebook? Any suggestions for me to implement this?

I use excel with each page allocated to CR, RC, SC, Math, CATs. Than in each page I have columns: date, source of questions, total N of questions, N of questions correct, N of questions wrong, time taken for a set of questions, average time for each question=latter/Total N of questions, hit rate=N right/Total N. The order of the columns you may adjust for your own needs!!!

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# How do you calculate your hit rate?

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