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Sample Exam Questions

The following questions are taken from exams used in graduate-level classes in evaluation that follow an approach similar to that outlined in this book. Not all of the issues in these questions have been explicitly covered in this book, but they should nevertheless provide interesting “stretch” exercises for class discussion. Your answers will be graded on validity, clarity, conciseness, and insightfulness. Read the question at least twice before you start to answer it. Then read it again. Some of the questions have more than one issue embedded in them. Perhaps you disagree with some of what you have been taught in this class. That is fine. Your first priority, however, should be to demonstrate clearly that you have understood the point discussed in class. Then you may agree or disagree with it (and indicate why). When listing points or making arguments, list the most important points first. This shows that ...

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