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An Essay-Based Examination Assessment Model Using Double Blind Marking Technique

@inproceedings{Olufisoye2012AnEE,
  title={An Essay-Based Examination Assessment Model Using Double Blind Marking Technique},
  author={Akanbi Caleb Olufisoye},
  year={2012}
}
Most existing online examinations are limited to atomic, closed form assessment units, such as Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), which allows students with poor knowledge of course concepts to pass examination simply by guessing. This type of examination is unsuitable for testing student true cognitive knowledge. This limitation along with other factors makes MCQ online examination type ineffective . To provide a solution to the problems associated with MCQ, an online essay based assessment… 

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