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'''Triad Questions''' is a question vendor that wrote [[IHSA]] format questions. The company existed circa 1993-98 and was run by Martin Stroup, James Anderson, and Alex Corlett, three students at [[Illinois]]. There is general agreement that their questions were the best IHSA format questions available during that time, but their format, uneven difficulty, and difficulty cliffs make them below today's standards.
 
'''Triad Questions''' is a question vendor that wrote [[IHSA]] format questions. The company existed circa 1993-98 and was run by Martin Stroup, James Anderson, and Alex Corlett, three students at [[Illinois]]. There is general agreement that their questions were the best IHSA format questions available during that time, but their format, uneven difficulty, and difficulty cliffs make them below today's standards.
  

Latest revision as of 18:16, 1 August 2017

Triad Questions
[[Image:‎]]
President or CEO Martin Stroup
Location: Illinois
Status CLOSED

Triad Questions is a question vendor that wrote IHSA format questions. The company existed circa 1993-98 and was run by Martin Stroup, James Anderson, and Alex Corlett, three students at Illinois. There is general agreement that their questions were the best IHSA format questions available during that time, but their format, uneven difficulty, and difficulty cliffs make them below today's standards.

Triad Questions were used by several Illinois conferences, IHSSBCA Kickoff, and for one year at Homewood-Flossmoor. The company disbanded soon after its founders graduated from college.