About modified question presentation style in a separate answer sheet

Added by Roberto González about 9 years ago

Hi, Alexis

According to documentation, the question presentation style can be modified by changing AMCbeginQuestion definition. I need to display a separate answer sheet with 60 questions, which are grouped in sets of 12 questions each. The problem is that question must be labeled as A1, A2, ... A12; B1, B2, ... B12; ...; E1, E2, ... E12.

Is there any way to get this result?


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RE: About modified question presentation style in a separate answer sheet - Added by Alexis Bienvenüe about 9 years ago

Some hints for a solution:
  • use \AMCsection{section title} followed by \AMCnumero{1} for each group
  • use \Alph{section} somewhere in \AMCbeginQuestion

RE: About modified question presentation style in a separate answer sheet - Added by Roberto González about 9 years ago

Thanks a lot :)

I attach here the resulting answer sheets with the corresponding source file.

Question:

What's the default definition of \AMCsection?

The displayed section identifier is a number followed by the section name, both in large font size (at least, too large for an answersheet containing too many questions). I would like to customize it (remove the section number or both, section number and section name, or reduce the font size).

Kind regards.

DOC-sujet.pdf - Separate answersheets with sectioning and question section-related question labels (65.1 kB)

source.tex - The .tex source file (13.5 kB)

RE: About modified question presentation style in a separate answer sheet - Added by Alexis Bienvenüe about 9 years ago

What's the default definition of \AMCsection?

It makes some setup for AMC and then calls \section, so I think you should customize the \section command. There are some LaTeX packages that can help you, and you can find a lot of things on the web.

RE: About modified question presentation style in a separate answer sheet - Added by Roberto González about 9 years ago

Thank you very much again.

I'll do some research on the web, then I'll post here my results.

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