PPT on Objective Type Questions


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  • requires the examinee to select the correctans from among one or more of several alternatives or supply a word or two & that demands objective judgement when scored.
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  • PPT on Objective Type Questions

    1. 1. PRESENTATION ONOBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONSPresented by:Sonia(M.Sc. Nsg. 1 st yrCON,PGIMS, Rohtak)
    2. 2. Going to Discuss: Constructing the Test Introduction Definition Advantages Disadvantages Comparison of subjective & objective test items. Types of objective type questions Types of MCQ’s Tips for constructing MCQ’s Examples of MCQ’s Evaluation of MCQ’s Test item check list Item analysis
    3. 3. TYPES OF TESTS. Achievement test Standardised test Teacher made test Written test Oral Practical test Essay type Short answer test Objective type type
    4. 4. INTRODUCTIONObjective type questions are framed with reference to the objectives of instruction.It is objectively scored as objective type test item.DEFINITION:Objective test items are items that can be objectively scored items on which person select a response from the list of options. (W Wiersma & G Jurs, 1990)
    5. 5. COMPARISON OBJECTIVE TYPE SUBJECTIVE TYPE High degree of  Lacks objectivity. objectivity. More reliability.  Lesser reliability. Higher validity.  Lesser validity. Economical in reading  Expensive in reading and and scoring while scoring while economical expensive in making. in making. Effective even in large  Effective in small group group. (~10).
    6. 6. Types of Objective Test Questions A)RECALL TYPE: Sentence completion items Fill in the blanks B)RECOGNITION TYPE: Multiple-Choice Items True-False Items Matching Items C)OTHERS/PROBLEM SOLVING TYPE: Rearrangement Analogy Context dependent (Pictorial form, Interpretative)
    7. 7. SIMPLE RECALL TYPE Statement is so worded that There is only one response. The response is brief,usually a single word, number, symbol or brief phase.Blanks should be on right of the question. Eg: Sphygmanometer is used to measure ……………
    8. 8. SENTENCE COMPLETION TYPECertain imp. words or phrase are omitted & students are expected to fill in missing words.Instructions to be followed:I. Only key words should be missed.II. Don’t take sentences directly from the text.III. Don’t have too many blanks in the statement.IV. Don’t indicate the expected ans. by putting “a” or “an” before a blank.Eg: communication is a two way process by which people ……………….. one another.
    9. 9. MULTIPLE CHOICE ITEMSConsists ofI. The stem- direct question /incomplete statement.II. The options/responses- 3 to 5 alternative response which includesa) The keyb) distractors
    10. 10. MULTIPLE CHOICE ITEMS Advantages:  Extremely versatile.  A compromise between a short answer/essay and T/F item .  Can be conveniently used for numerous subject matter areas.  Provide reliability , objectivity & validity.  Provides student & faculty an opportunity to get the detailed feedback.  Reduce the effort of guessing.  Cost effective in terms of paper and time.
    11. 11. Multiple Choice Items Disadvantages:1. Difficult to construct plausible alternative responses.2. It takes more time & effort to prepare the tests.3. Provides cues that are unavailable in practice.4. Can’t test the skills like communication, psychomotor skills, interpersonal skills.
    12. 12. TYPES OF MULTIPLE CHOICE ITEMS Five Basic Types  Best answer type  Right Answer Type  Multiple true false Type  Reason-Assertion type  Analogy type Which Type is Best? Right Answer vs. Best answer
    13. 13. ONE BEST RESPONSE TYPE Question:Active immunization is available against all of the diseases EXCEPT:a) Tuberculosisb) Small poxc) Poliomyelitisd) Malariae) Yellow feverAns: (d) malaria
    14. 14. MULTIPLE RESPONSE/RIGHT ANSWER TYPE QUESTION:A child suffering from an acute exacerbation of rheumatic fever usually have:1. An elevated sedimentation rate.2. A decreased P-R interval.3. An elevated antistreptolysin O titre.4. Subcutaneous nodule. ANS: 1,3,4
    15. 15. MULTIPLE TRUE FALSE TYPE This type consists of a stem followed by several true or false statements. The candidate is to determine whether or not each of the four statements which follows is true or false. Then responds according to a code which permits one out of five possible combinations. The directions for this item type are as follows: Ques: Which one is correct:a) If only 1, 2 & 3 are correct.b) If only 1 & 3 are correct.c) If only 2 & 4 are correct.d) If only 4 is correct.e) If all are correct.
    16. 16. ANALOGY TYPEIn this student is requested to deduce the relationship that exists between the first two parts of the item and when apply it to the third and fourth part. Normally ,third part is given & fourth part is missing, which is selected from from the list of options.Eg: Stem Vitamin A:Night Blindness::Vitamin C: ……..Response a)Beriberi b) Scurvy c)Cretinism d)Pellagra
    17. 17. DIRECTIONS FOR MCQ’S Writing the stem first: A. Be sure the stem asks a clear question. B. Stems phrased as questions are usually easier to write . C. Stems should not contain a lot of irrelevant information. D. Appropriate reading level/terms. E. Be sure the stem is grammatically correct. Writing the correct response  Use same terms/reading level.  Avoid too many qualifiers .  Assign a random position in the answer sequence .  Avoid negatively stated stems .
    18. 18. DIRECTIONS contd…….. Read the stem and correct response together . Generate the distractors/alternative responses(3-4). Be sure that distractors & keys possess homogeneity. When dealing with the numerical answers, arrange the answers in order from large to small or vice versa. Exclude extraneous words from both stem and alternatives . Avoid all of the above (can answer based on partial information). Avoid none of the above.
    19. 19. OTHER TIPS FOR MCQ’S Alternative responses/distractors should be plausible and as homogeneous as possible. Response alternatives should not overlap. eg: Two synonymous terms (arithmetic average/mean) Avoid double negatives.  None of the following are part of the brain except which one? Emphasize negative wording. Each item should be independent of other items in the test i.e. information in the stem of one item should NOT help answer another item.
    20. 20. TRUE FALSE TYPE QUESTIONS  These are the statements which the examinee has to think and decide whether the statements are true or false, right or wrong. Eg: Osiander’s sign is the increased pulsation felt in the lateral vaginal fornices.
    21. 21. The Matching Type: This consist of 2 columns.Each item of column “A” is matched with the phrase of column “B” on a rationalized basis. Good for testing of knowledge of terminologies, relation of facts etc.Directions: A short title should be given at the top of each column. No. of choices should exceed no of statements. Longer statement should be used in column “A” & shorter in “B”.
    22. 22. THE MATCHING TYPE Column A Column Ba) Increased metabolic 1. Adenoma of islets of activity. langerhansb) Hyperinsulinism.c) Lack of storage of 2. Violent exercise glycogen in the liver. 3. Hyperthyroidismd) Storage of abnormal glycogen in the liver. 4. Simmond’s diseasee) Decreased secretion by 5. Von Gierke’s disease pituitary & adrenal glands. 6. Epidemic hepatitis 7. Diabetes mellitus
    23. 23. REASON ASSERTION TYPEEach question consists of 2 paired statements i.e. assertion & reason which are connected.eg:Cow’s milk is preferable to breast milk because cow’s milk is richer in calcium.a) If both assertion & reason are true & reason is correct explanation of assertion.b) If both are true & reason is NOT a correct explanation.c) If assertion is true & reason is false.d) If assertion is false & reason is true.e) Both assertion and reason are false.ANS: a)
    24. 24. Rearrangement typeOptions are given &are to be rearranged according to the priority:Ques: Rearrange the following conditions according to age priority:Scurvy, Protein Energy Malnutrition, Neural tube defects, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.Ans: Neural Tube Defects, Protein Energy Malnutrition, Scurvy, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.
    25. 25. THE CONTEXT DEPENDENT TYPE Items are based on an external source that may be pictorial or verbal.
    26. 26. The Comparison Type:a) Hookworm diseaseb) Ascariasisc) Bothd) Niether Eosinophilia Hypochromic anaemia Infection through the skin
    27. 27. Evaluation It can be doneA) ManuallyB) computer assisted. Negative marking is done. Formula used: (1/n-1) where n =number of items(-1/3 in 4 item question, ¼ in 5 items & -1 in true false type.)• Setting pass marks ( arbitrary).
    28. 28. Test Item Check List In general: It should be wholly realistic & practical It should deal with an important & useful aspect of the profession. It should be phrased in the working language of the profession. It should call for the professional knowledge. It should be independent of every other item in the test . It should be specific. It should be away from the faults of giving the irrelevant details with the best response.
    29. 29. Contd… The problem stated : should be clear. Should be stated briefly but completely. It should contain only material relevant to its solution. The distractors: Are important ,should be plausible answers rather than obvious distractors. Should deal with similar ideas or data expressed in similar form.
    30. 30. Item Analysis: Post validation done by : Difficulty Index. Discrimination Index. Distractor’s functionality & effectiveness.
    31. 31. THANK YOU!