Multiple choice

Multiple choice is a form of assessment in which respondents are asked to select the best possible answer (or answers) out of the choices from a list.

Simple input mode

You can use brackets to enter multiple choice questions. Mark the right answer with an asterix. Example:

question = (wrong answer 1)(wrong answer 2)(correct answer 3*)

More than one answer correct? Mark them with an asterix.

question = (wrong answer 1)(correct answer 2*)(correct answer 3*)

In the test you have to select answer 2 and answer 3, otherwise the answer is wrong.

Advanced input mode

In the advanced mode you can change the 'Type of question' to Multiple choice (for one correct answer) or to Multiple choice with multiple answers (with more correct answers).
Optional: select a list with predefined answers. This list is editable if you open the file 'C:\Program Files\Teach2000\ml_english.txt_questiontypes.xml'.

If 'Shuffle answers' is checked, the answers will appear in random order in the test. Remember to uncheck this option if you have a referencing answer, like "C: A and B are both correct".