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Hi,
In Taiwan, when high school students sit for a midterm exam, they usually write their anwers on "computer cards" or "bubble sheets" with #2 pencils. There's always a teacher in charge of "reading" or "shooting" the "the bubble sheets" to get the results of the midterms.
So what are the common ways for you to name these things? Is it "reading computer cars" or "shooting bubble sheets?" Thanks.
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Hi,
In Taiwan, when high school students sit for a midterm exam, they usually write their anwers on "computer cards" or "bubble sheets" with #2 pencils. There's always a teacher in charge of "reading" or "shooting" the "the bubble sheets" to get the results of the midterms.
So what are the common ways for you to name these things? Is it "reading computer cars" or "shooting bubble sheets?"

Do you mean this teacher checks the students' answers and assigns marks? If so, say 'The teacher marks the bubble sheets'.

Clive.
Thanks, Clive.
No. I mean the teacher uses a computer to "read/shoot" the bubble sheets. So, which verb should I use in the context?
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Hi,
You could say 'she processes them', but really I think I'd still say 'she marks them (using the computer)'.

Clive
Thanks, Clive.
I like your suggestion.
Btw, which is the common way for you to name those answer sheets? computer answer sheets/cards, or bubble sheets/cards? Thanks.
Hi,
I've never heard the term 'bubble sheet/card'.

Clive
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Thanks, Clive.
Do you mean it's ok to call them "computer answer cards/sheets?"
Yep.
Clive