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create a report with the following: the mean score for each question, the mean score for the entire test, a graph that represents the scores for each question. Evaluate the test by using the information in your report and conducting qualitative item analysis and quantitative item analysis

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We do not have access to the scores nor the type of questions asked (truefalse, multiple choice, matching or essay.
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