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multiple-choice

having a number of possible given answers out of which the correct one must be chosen
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On the benefit of changing multiple-choice answers: student perception and performance.
When multiple-choice tests began to widely used, they were critized because examinees could answer correctly by guessing.
First, arguments are presented to dispel common concerns about the suitability of conventional multiple-choice tests for assessing student learning outcomes.
The author began to use multiple-choice exams in survey courses for a very pragmatic reason--there was a lot of material to be covered and hence a lot of material for exams.
In response to questions about the usefulness of the new multiple-choice-only tests in evaluating students' mastery of the subjects, Wilson says, "We've seen pretty complex skill sets assessed with just multiple-choice.
To measure the academic achievement of the chemistry students, three multiple-choice tests were used.
Wolf (1991) wrote multiple-choice questions that met the following criteria: (1) that all items are passage dependent, and (2) that some of the items require the reader to make inferences.
Instructors can ask multiple-choice, true/false, and advanced numeric questions with positive and negative numbers and decimal points.
Special features include on-screen subtitles, a teacher's user guide, profiles of Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine, a multiple-choice quiz, and the complete text of the Declaration of Independence with printable PDF.

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