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Contestants answer increasingly difficult multiple-choice questions to win cash -- up to $1 million, or even more in certain episodes.
Assessing declarative and procedural knowledge using multiple-choice questions.
The list of 53 mostly multiple-choice questions is divided into seven sections: general personal information; attitudes and opinions about oneself and the world; influences and relationships; life choices; religion, faith and the church; internet use; and two final, open-ended questions.
The Glannon Guide to Professional Responsibility: Learning Professional Responsibility Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis
The Glannon guide to criminal procedure; learning criminal procedure through multiple-choice questions and analysis, 2d ed.
Central questions of the study were: 1) Does a case-based OSCE that utilizes higher order multiple-choice questions effectively evaluate dental hygiene students' critical thinking?
MULTIPLE-CHOICE questions should be used more widely in A-Levels and GCSE exams to ensure papers cover the entire syllabus, according to the head of Britain's private school sector.
For Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) and Regulations (REG), three groups of 25 to 30 multiple-choice questions will remain.
compile about 400 multiple-choice questions, answers, and explanations in areas of plastic and reconstructive surgery, for those preparing for exams such as the American Boards, the FRCS (Plast), EMOPRAS, MCh, and others.
PMAT offers a fine set of two hundred multiple-choice questions designed to prepare brides, grooms and other couples in their quest for compatible partnerships.
The need to teach these larger classes without suffering an excessive reduction in the amount of time available for research and service-related endeavors exerts pressure on faculty to make increasing use of multiple-choice questions on quizzes and exams.
Those who write the questions work on an independent, contracted basis providing multiple-choice questions.

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