Bootstrapping Multiple-Choice Tests with The-Mentor

  title={Bootstrapping Multiple-Choice Tests with The-Mentor},
  author={A. Mendes and S. Curto and Lu{\'i}sa Coheur},
  • A. Mendes, S. Curto, Luísa Coheur
  • Published in CICLing 2011
  • Computer Science
  • It is very likely that, at least once in their lifetime, everyone has answered a multiple-choice test. Multiple-choice tests are considered an effective technique for knowledge assessment, requiring a short response time and with the possibility of covering a broad set of topics. Nevertheless, when it comes to their creation, it can be a time-consuming and labour-intensive task. Here, the generation of multiple-choice tests aided by computer can reduce these drawbacks: to the human assessor is… CONTINUE READING
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