Multiple choice

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Multiple choice questions ask people to choose the answer from a list. Tests, elections, and surveys can use multiple choice questions. Frederick J. Kelly made the first multiple choice questions in 1914 at the University of Kansas. This testing method is popular in the United States.[1]

Examples[change | change source]

1. 2+2=
A) 0
B) 22
C) 4
D) 2

2. Where is the Eiffel Tower?
A) London
B) Paris
C) Singapore
D) New York

Correct answers:
1 C
2 B

References[change | change source]

  1. Phelps, Richard (Fall, 1996), "Are US Students the Most Heavily Tested on Earth?", Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice 15 (3): 19–27, doi:10.1111/j.1745-3992.1996.tb00819.x