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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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Impact of item-writing flaws in multiple-choice questions on student achievement in high-stakes nursing assessments.
Kelly, Ph.D., from the Retina Foundation of the Southwest in Dallas, and colleagues assessed multiple-choice answer form completion time, an academic-related fine motor outcome, in 65 children (mean grade completed, 3.42) with amblyopia and strabismus and 20 control children with normal visual acuity and stereoacuity and no history of vision disorders.
The instrument for this study was 2008 WASSCE multiple-choice Biology paper.
Not only is there a huge difference in the level of mathematics and science rigor in these advanced courses in comparison to Physical Sciences classes, but also there is a tendency spurred on by the textbook of the course to use Multiple-Choice test questions as the mechanism of choice for evaluating students in these courses.
All of the students' answer sheets from the 9 tests, consisting of 531 multiple-choice questions, were reviewed for erasures.
This study guide provides 190 multiple-choice and short-answer questions for practicing the analysis of limits on the criminal sanction, elements of the offense, parties to crimes, inchoate offenses, specific crimes, causation, and defenses.
To meet deadlines for submission of results as well as the ease of scoring, the objective test type, especially the multiple-choice format, has become very versatile in terms of popularity and use in school-based and large-scale assessment (Asim and Joshua, 2003; Gronlund, 1985; Omoifo, 2005).
Students enrolled in large classes of Introductory Psychology are also usually evaluated and graded based in part, if not entirely, on their performance on multiple-choice tests.
I've never heard of anything like it." The hour-long theory exam includes multiple-choice questions about road rules.
MULTIPLE-CHOICE questions should be used more widely in A-Levels and GCSE exams to ensure papers cover the entire syllabus, according to the head of Britain's private school sector.
Deserving of ongoing recommendation is Beyond the Bubble Grades 2-3: How to Use Multiple-Choice Tests to Improve Math Instruction.

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