MCQ stands for multiple-choice question, which has two parts: a body that describes the question or problem and a collection of possible responses that contain the key, which is the best answer to the question or problem. query, as well as a sprinkling of reasonable yet erroneous responses to the question Students, either answer multiple-choice questions or take the quiz.
There are several advantages to utilising multiple choice questions for evaluation. The questions are simple to correct and may even be verified by computer, making this an appealing evaluation approach for big classrooms. This will be easier for students if they jot down a few questions each week, maybe after a lecture while the topics are still fresh in their minds. The vocabulary used in the course must be used in the questions.
Students are more likely to pick the correct answer if the term contains words that are related to the words listed in the alternatives. Students who understand the principles should be able to answer the questions correctly. Questions that purposefully misrepresent or accentuate a small component of the solution to steer students to the incorrect answer violate this notion.