Comparison between Long-Menu and Open-Ended Questions in computerized medical assessments. A randomized controlled trial

@article{Rotthoff2006ComparisonBL,
  title={Comparison between Long-Menu and Open-Ended Questions in computerized medical assessments. A randomized controlled trial},
  author={Thomas Rotthoff and Thomas Baehring and Hans-Dieter Dicken and Urte Fahron and Bernd Richter and Martin R Fischer and Werner Alfred Scherbaum},
  journal={BMC Medical Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={50 - 50}
}
BACKGROUND Long-menu questions (LMQs) are viewed as an alternative method for answering open-ended questions (OEQs) in computerized assessment. So far this question type and its influence on examination scores have not been studied sufficiently. However, the increasing use of computerized assessments will also lead to an increasing use of this question type… CONTINUE READING