True/False Questions

This type of questions is commonly used to evaluate one's capability to determine whether the statement is correct. True/False question is a declarative statement of fact that the student must decide as true or false.

The following are advantages and disadvantages of True/False questions.



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FORMAT of True/False questions

A or B Responses

This format requires to darken the circle under A or B on the answers sheet. If the statement is true, the student must darken the circle under A, if the statement is false the student must darken B. Question number that the student is marking on the answers sheet must correspond to the question number of the question the student is answering.

Circle Format

This format requires circling one of the letters in front of each question. If the statement is correct the student must circle the letter 'C', if the statement is incorrect, the student must circle the letter 'I'.

Circle Format with Correction

This format requires not only to circle the appropriate letter but also write the specific part of the statement that is false. Additionally, it is required to rewrite the incorrect part.

Check All That Apply

This format requires choosing from the list of answer options. Questions of this type are used when a student needs to select more than one response.

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