A latex template based on the "Exam" class for creating paper-based exams, with lots of nice features. See the README for details.
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%Instructions:
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%For multiple choice questions select the \textbf{best option} or \textbf{all correct answers}, as appropriate.
%and write your response in the space below each question, e.g. \textbf{A} or \textbf{A,B,D}
%\\For fill-in-the blank questions write the answer in the space provided.
%}
%
%\vspace{5mm}
%}
%Concept:
\question[1]This a multiple-choice question with a single answer. Which among the following is the largest integer?
\begin{choices}
\choice 1
\choice 2
\choice 3
\CorrectChoice 4
\end{choices}
\answerline
% \vspace{1mm}
\question[1]This is a True / False Question. Is two greater than one?:
\begin{choices}
\CorrectChoice True
\choice False
\end{choices}
\answerline
%\vspace{5mm}
\question[1] Multiple-choice questions can have more than one correct option also. Identify all the positive number from the following:
\begin{choices}
\CorrectChoice 1
\choice -1
\CorrectChoice 2
\choice -2
\end{choices}
\answerline
\vspace{5mm}
\question[1] This is a fill-the-blanks question. Complete the following series:
One, three, \fillin[five][1in], seven, \fillin[nine][1in], eleven.
%\begin{solutionbox}[2in]
%Acceptable answers: Transmission, Distribution, Protection or any other reasonable answer.
%\end{solutionbox}
\vspace{5mm}