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An assessment of functioning and non-functioning distractors in multiple-choice questions: a descriptive analysis
Proceeding/Conference:Conference of the Association for Medical Education in Europe, AMEE 2010
2010
469
 
2009
328
 
2010
33
 
2010
79
 
A comparison of three- and four option multiple-choice questions
Proceeding/Conference:Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference, APMEC 2009
2009
31
 
2009
47
 
Cueing effects of item writing flaws in multiple-choice questions
Proceeding/Conference:Conference of the Association for Medical Education in Europe, AMEE 2013
2013
182
 
2012
142
 
2006
57
 
The frequency of Item Writing Flaws (IWFS) in high stakes nursing examinations.
Proceeding/Conference:3rd Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference & the 5th Hong Kong Nursing Symposium on Camcer Care
2005
43
 
The frequency of item writing flaws (IWFs) in multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in high stakes nursing examinations.
Proceeding/Conference:1st Nurse Education International Conference: Developing Collaborative Practice in Health and Social Care Education
2006
33
 
2006
87
 
2006
77
 
Guidelines for developing high quality multiple-choice assessments
Proceeding/Conference:Frontiers in Health & Medical Sciences Education Conference
2010
57
 
2011
42
Guidelines for developing high quality multiple-choice assessments
Proceeding/Conference:AMEE 2011 Abstract Book
2011
64
Guidelines for developing high quality multiple-choice assessments
Proceeding/Conference:AMEE 2012 Ottawa Conference on Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions
2012
52
 
The impact of flawed high-stakes examinations.
Proceeding/Conference:13th Ottawa International Conference on Clinical Competence
2008
41
 
Impact of item-writing flaws in multiple-choice questions on student achievement in high-stakes assessments
Proceeding/Conference:Conference of the Association for Medical Education in Europe, AMEE 2008
2008
42
 
The impact of item-writing flaws in multiple-choice questions on student achievement in high-stakes nursing assessments
Proceeding/Conference:International Nurse Educators Conference: New Visions for Nursing Education
2007
51