How it works
IF-AT forms use a multiple-choice answer form with a thin opaque film covering the answer options. Each student scratches off an answer as if they are scratching a lottery ticket. They scratch off the coating of the rectangle corresponding with their first-choice answer. If the answer is correct, a star symbol appears somewhere within the rectangle indicating the answer is correct. The student’s learning is immediately reinforced, the student receives full credit for the answer, and moves on to the next question.
If incorrect, they must re-read the question and remaining answer options and scratch off until they arrive at the correct answer. The student will earn partial credit for multiple attempts and learn the correct response for each question while taking the test.