THE IMPACT OF A NUMBER OF CHOICES IN A TEST ON THE DIFFICULTY INDICATORS AND DISCRIMINATION
AbstractThis study aimed to investigate the relationship between a number of choices (alternatives) in a test, and the difficulty indicators and discrimination. A test of multiple choices on statistics students at the University of Jordan was used in this study. The test consisted of 30 items, and three forms (models). Also, a sample of 350 students was studied. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) software and Bilog-Mg were used for the analysis of the data based on the Two parameter models. Therefore, the findings of the present study uncovered a negative association between the number of choices and the difficulty indicator and discrimination.
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Ali Alsaraireh, A. A., Alrawashdeh, H. S., & Alrawashdeh, A. (2014). THE IMPACT OF A NUMBER OF CHOICES IN A TEST ON THE DIFFICULTY INDICATORS AND DISCRIMINATION. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 10(35). Retrieved from https://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/4863