This 35-question, Cornell-style test was made for a high school forensics class covering a unit on Ballistics.
There are a variety of question types, including a vocabulary section with a word bank, short answer questions, long answer questions, and analysis of pictures.
Some of the information includes asking students to identify parts of a gun & cartridge, determine distance of a shooter based on gunshot wounds, compare shell casings to identify a match, and determine the distance of a shooter based on trajectory.
This is an editable Word document that you can modify to fit the needs of your classroom. At the end of the word document is a link that will open a Google Drive compatible version of the test. Just make a copy and it's yours.
Answer key is provided for ease of grading.
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