I just introduced a test review procedure into my class that I felt I had needed for a while now. On the past two tests, the students would just take the test, and I would record the score. They were multiple choice on scantron so I didn't really know how to provide good feedback. So my procedure is that after the test, and after the tests have been scanned, students are required to fill out a sheet that requires them to copy down the questions they got incorrect, correct the problem and write a rationale for why the correction is the correct answer or why they got the question wrong in the first place. All students are required to do this, so they get practice on the problems that they missed and they are able to review the test and work their way a few more inches to mastery. I also allow students to retake tests up to a week after the test, but prior to today, I didn't ever have anyone actually show up to retake the test, and when they did they would usually get the same problems wrong or get the same score. I hoped that this new procedure would provide them some more skill in answering the questions and more confidence to retake the test. A lot more students committed to retaking the test and a lot showed up just today. Every one that showed up showed significant gains in their test scores except one girl who retook the test without correcting her answers first (it was my fault that I missed that, I intend to require that all students who retake the test hand in that corrections sheet to me first). More intend to come in next week. I'm quite happy and feel that I taught an effective unit. What do you do for test review or test feedback?