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Multiple Choice.

Written by NarutoHater on October 27, 2011

Why is it almost impossible to score perfect on a test with more than 40 multiple choice. Such a painnnnn >_> When you walk out of the room, you know that there's at least a few questions you've screwed up on, but when you get your test back, you see like twice as many marks lost.

And those stupid scantron shit cards. Makes me think that the machine is screwed up or something everytime, but it turns out that the professor just changed or slightly modified one of the statements JUST ENOUGH so that it is NOT the most correct answer.

Also, the "what of the following is false" is a pain in the ass. Look through each option and the each statement does not even pertain to the same material... >_> sigh~

Then those "which of the following is most correct" is hard enough. Doesn't make it better when the last two options are "two of a) b) and c) are the most correct" and "all of a) b) and c) are the most correct)

The most brutal one was "Each section is 5 marks; you can either receive 5 or 0 marks. A perfect section will score 5, while any mistake within the 5 questions will score 0"
^ EFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF! Are you kidding me? A screwup on one of the five gets you 0. FML.


I'm sure you all know the pain. /emo

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Thu Oct 27, 2011 06:32 PM +

Makes me believe that your standards are too high for your own good.

Despite the fact that I have the potential for As and A-pluses, I steel myself for the contention of a B.

Accept the fact that your interpretation is not necessarily the most correct interpretation. Doing so will only piss you off when your opponent shows triple kings to your pocket aces.

Thu Oct 27, 2011 06:50 PM +

No, the annoying bit is when "None of the above" is an option in every question.

Thu Oct 27, 2011 07:50 PM +

FunnyFroggy said: No, the annoying bit is when "None of the above" is an option in every question.

If a test should exceed forty questions, I would have to doubt that every question would have a "none of the above" option. If so, then the test was probably shoddy; "none of the above" questions answer what is not correct, not necessarily what is correct, and so would have lesser educational value if the whole test consisted of it.

Thu Oct 27, 2011 10:12 PM +

I hate questions that ask "Which of the following?" Depending on the test, sometimes it's hard to tell if it's asking for only one answer or multiple answers.

Fri Oct 28, 2011 02:11 AM +

FunnyFroggy said: No, the annoying bit is when "None of the above" is an option in every question.

Agreed, used to get killed on those on the SAT.

Sat Oct 29, 2011 04:04 AM +

multiple choice means I cant bullshit short answers. But short answers require me to read, while I can just guess multiple choice and maybe get at least 25% correct.

Life sucks. Tests suck. =(


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