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### Types of test

1. 1. Types of test rd (To be reported by Nhisa S. Tumanda, Group 1, 3 reporter, MTh 10:30-12:00) Learning Objectives After studying the report, you should be able to: 1. 2. 3. Identify the type of test and types/kinds of each types of test; Know the guidelines in constructing the each type of test; Know the advantages and disadvantages of each type of test. Types of test: 1. True or False Test ─ in this type of test, the examinees determine whether the statement presented true or false. Types of True or False Tests: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Simple True or False Modified True and False-underlining the word(s) that make the statement wrong. True or False with Correction (e.g. 5x3=8 Answer: False 5+3=8 or 5x3=15) Cluster True or False (e.g. T if TRUE, F if FALSE) True or False with Options (e.g. Write A if only the first statement is TRUE. Write B if only the second statement is TRUE.) Fact or Opinion-identifying if the statement is a FACT or OPINION. Identifying Inconsistencies in a Paragraph Advantages of True or False Test  It covers a lot content in a short span of time.  It is easier to prepare compared to multiple-choice and matching-type of test.  It is easier to score because it can be scored objectively compared to a test that depends on the judgement of the rater(s).  It is useful when there are two alternatives only.  The score is easy to check and is more reliable than essay test.  Easy to construct. Disadvantages of True or False Test    Limited only to low level of thinking skills such as knowledge and comprehension, or recognition or recall information. Dependence of absolute judgement at the teacher’s criteria for the evaluation of the truth or falsity of any statement. High probability of guessing (50%).