June 16, 2006, Newsletter Issue #20: Designing The “Q” And The “A”

Tip of the Week

Close ended questions are preferable in some situations. These are questions that offer definite choices for your answer. True or False. Yes/No. A,B,C or D.

They take a bit longer to create since you have to design both the Q and the A, and coming up with the answers can be tricky.  You need to make sure the format you use relates to all the questions you are asking. You should also make sure you have covered all of your bases when it comes to the answers and that there are no other possible other answers for your question.

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