This template was first designed by Zhaoli Wang, and was improved by him following the suggestions from MCM (Mathematical Contest in Modeling) and ICM (Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling) contest participants. In the beginning of the year 2014, Liam Huang redesigned it, by using key-value syntax, and fixed known bugs. Liam reimplemented it at the beginning of the year 2015, by DocStrip,
and uploaded it to CTAN. We changed the sheet layout and fonts set for new format requirement of year 2019 for v 6.3.
Note that use of this template is not compulsory to participate in MCM/ICM!
This template lets you quickly typeset your homework. With 2 commands you are up and running and with a class option you can toggle the visibility of questions, so you can see the questions while you are typing your answers and then easily hide them to create a submission file. The markup of problems and subproblems can also be easily adapted without rewriting the class file.
This repository contains LaTeX Assessment Templates based on the amazing EXAM.CLS for generating quizzes, tests and exams for Mathematics courses taught at SSHL within the IB Diploma, GY2011 and MYP programmes.
Included are 5 content driven *.tex templates formatted using custom package files.
:: Updated: April 14th, 2017
:: Author: Mark Olson
:: Website: markolson.se
:: Twitter: markolsonse
:: Github: https://github.com/markolsonse/LatexAssessmentTemplates-SSHL
:: Logo: The logo used in all templates belongs to Sigtunaskolan Humanistiska Läroverket [SSHL], the school where I teach.
Naming of Files
Using my name to prepend the style files is not meant to be narcissistic naming convention, but a consequence of the original files not being intended to be externally useful and that these style files are currently being used across many different projects. Just a reminder that this project is really just a highly personalised version of the exam class.
Modele de doc LaTeX pour bac blanc maths avec page de garde style bac et préambule de l'APMEP adapté pour Overleaf et mise en page A4.
Author: Vincent Pantaloni (Lycée Jean Zay, Orleans)