11. Post Test

The following 20 questions are similar to what you might see on the AP CS A exam. Please answer each to the best of your ability, and complete the few survey questions at the bottom too.

Please make sure you are logged in on Runestone so that your answers are saved. Click the start button when you are ready to begin the exam. You can only take the exam once. There are no time limits, but it will keep track of how much time you take. Click on the next button to go to the next question. Click on the previous button to go to the previous question. Use the number buttons to jump to a particular question. Click the pause button to pause the exam (you will not be able to see the questions when the exam is paused). Click on the finish exam button after you have answered all the questions. The number correct, number wrong, and number skipped will be displayed.

Please note that this is a difficult exam. We estimate that a score of about 50% on this test would correspond to the passing grade of 3 on the AP exam, a score of 65% to a 4, and a score of 80% and above to a 5 on the AP exam. These are just estimates and may not correspond to individual scores.

    I am now a :
  • beginner programmer
  • intermediate programmer
  • expert programmer
  • prefer not to answer
    I am confident in my Java programming skills.
  • strongly agree
  • agree
  • neither agree or disagree
  • disagree
  • strongly disagree
  • prefer not to answer
    I enjoyed learning about computer science and Java in this course.
  • strongly agree
  • agree
  • neither agree or disagree
  • disagree
  • strongly disagree
  • prefer not to answer
    I would like to pursue further study or a career in computing.
  • strongly agree
  • agree
  • neither agree or disagree
  • disagree
  • strongly disagree
  • prefer not to answer

11-21: What did you like best about this course?

11-22: How could this course be improved?

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