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University is an important transit station for students to enter social life, undertaking the important mission of personnel training. Nowadays, a series of challenges exists in university education, such as the popularity of electronic information making students lack the ability to help each other. How to develop the mutual cooperation ability and active learning ability is an important topic in university education. This paper proposes an interactive classroom test method considering the learning characteristics of university students. The module thought is introduced to optimize the teaching system and help teachers to master classroom. In the interactive classroom test method, students can design the test paper based on the learning of course content and understanding. Then the different module group may use and review these test papers. The application and investigation of the proposed method are given by concrete practice. The results show that this method can enhance the spirit of teamwork and competition among students.
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