59-question multiple-choice and T/F test on Sophocles' Antigone. It used to be 70 questions, but my wife revised it because some questions were too difficult or somewhat confusing. If you're a new teacher, maybe you haven't had to revise several original tests yet, but it just adds more time to your already hectic life. That's why every new teacher needs to use TpT to get started. Sure, not every question on every assignment will be perfect, but changing three questions out of 60 is a lot better than creating a test with 70 questions from scratch and then deleting 11 of them. Think about it. You deserve to have a decent, simple test ready to for scantrons so that your next weekend is a weekend.
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