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Ann Hamd Uni. 2010; 1(1): 41-45

“One Best Questions”: Still the best assessment tool

Muhammad Rafique Gooda.

Assessment of knowledge is an important aspect of undergraduate examinations. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are still the mainstay of knowledge assessment. However, to serve its purpose, the MCQs especially the ‘one-best’ variety should be structured and constructed to serve the purpose it is supposed to. There are a large number of studies which stresses these facts. The purpose of this paper is to stress the importance of one-best MCQs, in order to maximize its use and to increase its fairness as an assessment tool.

Key words: one best questions; assessment tool

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