chup wrote: YCrevolution wrote:
D. H2Oman wrote:butthurt
In the interest of having more options on the market. I'm offering a counter spreadsheet
In the a column you can write question types, in B you can put the average number of times it appears per test, in C the average number of times you get in incorrect. In D maybe links to porn sites.
Adjust the colors how ever you like.
If you are unable to offer on-topic constructive criticism for the OP or other users, resist the urge to post in on-topic forums.
I found it constructive, in its own way. The substance of it was basically "there are easier/less intricate ways to get the same basic result."
Pardon my asking, but do you have any further concerns about the spreadsheet or did my response cover them?
That aside, part
of his post may have been a valid criticism. I'll address it.
D. H2Oman wrote:In the a column you can write question types,
D. H2Oman wrote:in B you can put the average number of times it appears per test,
And you would calculate average on your own for each question type? Or did you think averages calculate themselves? Sure your proposed spreadsheet could do this. However, you’d have to update the formula each time.
Sounds like the same amount of work (if not more) to me.
D. H2Oman wrote:in C the average number of times you get [them] incorrect.
Another manual calculation that you propose would result in less work. I’m not saying calculating averages aren’t easy. I’m saying they fall under that ‘unnecessary’ category chup was talking about.
Thank you for your criticism.