The frequency of item writing flaws in multiple-choice questions used in high stakes nursing assessments.

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Multiple-choice questions are a common assessment method in nursing examinations. Few nurse educators, however, have formal preparation in constructing multiple-choice questions. Consequently, questions used in baccalaureate nursing assessments often contain item-writing flaws, or violations to accepted item-writing guidelines. In one nursing department… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nepr.2006.07.002

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@article{Tarrant2006TheFO, title={The frequency of item writing flaws in multiple-choice questions used in high stakes nursing assessments.}, author={Marie Tarrant and Aimee Knierim and Sasha K Hayes and James Ware}, journal={Nurse education today}, year={2006}, volume={26 8}, pages={662-71} }