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One of the primary benefits associated with creating tests based upon this model is that the tests will not be unnecessarily difficult for the learner and are more effective in assessing the learner's knowledge of the subject matter. Not to mention that they are easier to correct and to modify. Here are 5 tips that you can use to write multiple-choice eLearning tests:

 

1. Always use plausible incorrect answers in the questions

2. Integrate charts into the exam

3. Transform the verb

4. Create examples or stories to test their understanding abilities

5. Use multilevel thinking

 


Via Miloš Bajčetić