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Home > Real Scores in Multiple Choice Tests for Large Item Cases
 
Real Scores in Multiple Choice Tests for Large Item Cases
Paper Type
Opinion
Title
Real Scores in Multiple Choice Tests for Large Item Cases
Author
Surin Khanabsakdi and Thammarat Tuntisuntisom
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Abstract:
In  multiple  choice  tests, students  choose  the  answers  by guessing when they cannot utilize their knowledge. Thus, the total score of any examination  paper, denoted by T, comprises a real score from knowledge - based answer, denoted by R, and a guessing score from answering the questions by choosing at random, denoted by X. Thus  T = R+X. The conditional expectation of R given T = t in multiple choice  tests  at large numbers of items is studied in this paper.
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Received Date
1998-05-25
Accepted Date
1998-12-15
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Surin Khanabsakdi - Research Unit of Probability Application, Department of Statistics, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Thammarat Tuntisuntisom - Research Unit of Probability Application, Department of Statistics, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
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Volume
Vol.25 No.2 (DECEMBER 1998)
 




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