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|multiple choice test||
a form of assessment involving participants choosing the best or correct answer from a selection given in response to the stated question. They are quick and easy to administer but are problematic. For example it can be prone to rewarding (informed) guesswork or of merely testing factual recall unless well-designed.
a term from the work of Howard Gardner (b. 1943) which broadens the notion of intelligence to cover a wider range of human capacities rather than simply language/vocabulary and logico-mathematical abilities.