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I am having 28 questions in my question paper and I have spilited into 3 sections, How do I make my grade table so that my grade table should contains, And i need the section must be center aligned. help me to align.

The first section points,

table

The second section points,

table

The third section points,

table

May be like this,

this

 \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,addpoints]{exam}
\title{FULL BOOSTER TEST}
\author{}
\date{\today}
\begin{document}
\begin{questions}

\section{Part-A}
\question[3] this is first,

\question [3] this is second,

\question[3] theis is third,

\vdots\vdots

\section*{Part-B}

\question[4] this is not fourth question but may 15 th question.

\question [4] \ldots

\question[4] \vdots

\section*{Part-C}

\question[6] this is not 7th question rather  22 nd question.


\question[6] \ldots
\newpage
\gradetable[h][questions]
\end{questions}


\end{document}

sectioning

  • Kindly give codes, which will split the table as shown in section A of my drawings... I need it for the question paper which has large number of questions in a sections... – David Feb 14 '15 at 19:51
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Use \begingradingrange and \endgradingrange to specify each sections questions. Then use \partialgradetable to create your gradetabels:

\documentclass[12pt,a4paper,addpoints]{exam}
\usepackage{titling}
\usepackage{float}
\usepackage{tikz}

\setlength{\droptitle}{-1in}
\posttitle{\par\end{center}}

\title{FULL BOOSTER TEST\vspace*{-1.5cm}}
\author{}
\date{\today\vspace*{-.5cm}}

\begin{document}

    \maketitle

    \begin{questions}

        \section*{Part-A}

            \begingradingrange{a1}
                \question[3] this is first,
                \question[3] this is second,
                \question[3] this is third,
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
            \endgradingrange{a1}

            \begingradingrange{a2}
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
            \endgradingrange{a2}

        \section*{Part-B}

            \begingradingrange{b}
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
            \endgradingrange{b}

        \section*{Part-C}

            \begingradingrange{c}
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
                \question[6] \ldots
            \endgradingrange{c}

    \end{questions}

    \maketitle

    \hfill
    \begin{tabular}{p{2.6cm}p{1.5cm}}
        \vspace{5pt}
        Marks secured
        &
        \vspace{0pt}
        \begin{tikzpicture}
            \draw (0,0) -- (0,1.5) -- (1.5,1.5) -- (1.5,0) -- cycle;
        \end{tikzpicture}
    \end{tabular}
    \vspace{-1cm}

    \section*{\centering Section-A}
        \partialgradetable{a1}[h][questions]

        \vspace*{.5cm}

        \noindent\partialgradetable{a2}[h][questions]

    \section*{\centering Section-B}
        \partialgradetable{b}[h][questions]

    \section*{\centering Section-C}
        \partialgradetable{c}[h][questions]

    \vfill

    \noindent\underline{Remarks:}

    \vspace*{2cm}

\end{document}

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  • thank you so much.. kindly check my section title in question paper is not in center alignment...@Maarten – David Feb 15 '15 at 2:11
  • \section*{Part-A} gives you left alignment; \section*{\centering Part-A} gives you centered alignment. – Maarten Dhondt Feb 15 '15 at 2:25

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