For better multiple-choice tests, avoid tricky questions, study finds
from Washington University in St. Louis via Science Daily
Although people often think about multiple-choice tests as tools for assessment, they can also be used to facilitate learning. A new study offers straightforward tips for constructing multiple-choice questions that are effective at both assessing current knowledge and strengthening ongoing learning.
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