# Many ESL schools divide their students by level, but Sarah's school chooses to divide them by age. As such, teachers

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Many ESL schools divide their students by level, but Sarah's school chooses to divide them by age. As such, teachers at her school have to deal with multi-level classrooms. In any classroom there are a range of abilities, but in a true multi-level classroom, this range is far greater. One of the particular challenges of this type of class is how to assess the students, while at the same time keeping them motivated. Creating and marking tests and different assignments for every level in the class can be very tiring and time consuming, often impractically so.

With these thoughts in mind, how can Sarah fairly assess her students without overburdening herself with additional work?

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Problem: 1