volume 15, issue 2, P183-199 2002
DOI: 10.1076/call.15.2.183.8196
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Abstract: In any educational process, whatever the type of learning and the ®eld concerned, evaluation seems impossible to circumvent. It is used as a tool for certi®cation by institutions, in particular for the delivery of diplomas, and also allows feedback on performance for both teachers and learners. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) are very frequently used because of their simplicity and robustness, both from pedagogical and technical points of view. However, this type of evaluation presents some limitations. This …

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