skills – Create proficiency tests
This package attempts to make it easy for even a LaTeX novice to prepare proficiency tests, especially in combination with the exam document class. Thus, almost all command names are very similar.
After defining skills in the preamble or in an external file, they are declared using labels, and can optionally be set as global skills. A skills table is generated to summarize the evaluated competencies and to allow for writing down the resulting proficiency level.
A user’s guide attempts to explain all of the possibilities in a readable way, with many examples.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2020 Pierre-Amiel Giraud|
|Contained in||TeX Live as skills|
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