# Tag Info

the {exam} document class provides a number of useful features for typesetting exams - in particular it provides a Question environment with parts, and can keep track of points

Provides a class exam, which eases production of exams, even by a LaTeX novice. Simple commands are provided to:

• create questions, parts of questions, subparts of parts, and subsubparts of subparts, all with optional point values;
• create a grading table, indexed either by question number (listing each question and the total possible points for that question) or by page number (listing each page with points and the total possible points for that page);
• create headers and footers that are each specified in three parts: one part to be left justified, one part to be centered, and one part to be right justified, in the manner of fancyhdr

Headers and/or footers can be different on the first page of the exam, can be different on the last page of the exam, and can vary depending on whether the page number is odd or even, or on whether the current page continues a question from a previous page, or on whether the last question on the current page continues onto the following page.

Multiple line headers and/or footers are allowed, and it's easy to increase the part of the page devoted to headers and/or footers to allow for this.

A quick example:

\documentclass{exam}
\begin{document}
\begin{questions}
\question[10]
Why is there air?
\question
What if there were no air?
\begin{parts}
\part[5]
Describe the effect on the balloon industry.
\part[5]
Describe the effect on the aircraft industry.
\end{parts}
\question[20]
\begin{parts}
\part
Define the universe. Give three examples.
\part
If the universe were to end, how would you know?
\end{parts}
\end{questions}
\end{document}