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Zahra Emami Moghadam - Assistant Professor, Nursing and Midwifery Care Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran.Alireza Akhlaghi - MSc Student of Health Education and Promotion, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran.Roghaie Khoshkholgh - Department of Midwifery, Firoozabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Firoozabad, Iran.
One of the long-term issues faced by test designers and educators is the appropriate number of choices in a multi-choice test. Currently, the usual number of options for multiple-choice questions in the medical field are three to five, and it is generally believed that more options are better. Numerous theoretical and empirical studies have provided evidence in favor of using three-choice questions. According to the findings of these studies, the psychometric properties of three-choice questions are similar to four- or five-choice questions and the validity and reliability of the test or the coefficients of difficulty and differentiation do not change significantly with decreasing the number of options. Therefore, reducing the number of questions can reduce the time needed to design tests and take exams, saving the time and energy of the faculty and students. Most studies have concluded that it is cost-effective to use a three-choice question if it does not change the psychometric properties of the test by reducing the number of options.
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Emami Moghadam, Zahra and Akhlaghi, Alireza and Khoshkholgh, Roghaie,1400,The Optimal Number of Choices in Multiple-Choice Tests: A Systematic Review,https://civilica.com/doc/1320930