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I wrote earlier on the brilliant collections of Diagnostic examination questions available. As well as the various Collections, there is an extensive library of quizzes are available ready for you to use.
It is very simple to create a quiz of your own using the Instant Quiz Facility. The following slideshow shows how I created a quiz on logs and exponentials. To create a new quiz I make sure that the Instant Quiz has no questions currently in it so have got into the habit of clearing it out once I have created a new quiz. The instructions for doing so are included here.
To see the pdf version choose this file: Logs & Exponentials Diagnostic Questions and to view the quiz online then follow this link. I have created several quizzes, some simply to gather question types together; see for example the many questions on Probability and Venn Diagrams.included in this Venn Diagrams collection. I created a quiz of all these questions so I could download the pdf for reference. Included in the Further Resources section on Iterative Methods for Numerical Solution of Equations I have included the whole collection of Trial and Improvement and Iterative Methods diagnostic questions; the complete quiz is here.
Checking Insights for my Year 11 class I can see that students have completed many of the diagnostic examination questions. Two students in particular have been rather busy completing 253 and 484 questions, they both got 9s in their mock examinations! (We used AQA Practice Papers set 3).
There is also a mobile app which students can use to complete quizzes assigned to them by their teacher. Testing this recently it works on both my Android tablet and phone.
Extensive help on Diganostic Questions is available on the site. Clear step by step instructions are given.