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written by Edward F. Redish
This page provides a description and contact information for several concept tests that might be useful for evaluating learning in introductory physics classes. The page supplements the book "Teaching Physics with the Physics Suite."
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CSEM, DIRECT, Determining and Interpreting Resistive Electric Circuits Concepts Test, ECCE, ECS, FCI, FMCE, HCTE, MBT, MMCE, MUQ, PMQ, TUG-K, The Conceptual Survey of Electricity and Magnetism, The Electric Circuits Concept Evaluation, The Energy Concepts Survey, The Force Concept Inventory, The Force-Motion Concept Evaluation, The Heat and Temperature Concept Evaluation, The Mathematical Modeling Conceptual Evaluation, The Measurement Uncertainty Quiz, The Mechanics Baseline Test, The Physics Measurement Questionnaire, The Test of Understanding Graphs - Kinematics, The Vector Evaluation Test, The Wave Diagnostic Test, VET, WDT
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