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Checklist for Writing Multiple-Choice Test Items 1 Does the item reflect specific content and mental task? 2 Are statements from textbook avoided? 3 Is the item stated in simple and clear language? 4 Is the item free from grammatical and spelling errors? 5 Are the directions in the stem clear? 6 Are double negatives avoided? 7 Does the item contain irrelevant information, making it too wordy? 8 Does the item contain no more than five options? 9 Is the intended answer correct or clearly the best alternative? 10 Are the options parallel in structure and equal in length to avoid clues? 11 Are the options written in logical order? 12 Are the correct answers for all items in the test placed randomly? 13 Is the None of the Above option used sparingly? 14 Is the All of the Above option as the right answer avoided? 15 Are the options plausible and homogeneous? Yes No Yes No Checklist for Writing Matching-Type Test 1 Do the directions clearly state the basis for matching the stimuli with the responses? 2 Is the item free from grammatical or other clues to the correct response? 3 Are the stems longer and the responses shorter? 4 Do the items share the same foundation of information? 5 Are the answer choices short, homogeneous, and arranged logically? 6 Are the options reasonable and realistic? 7 Are the options similar in length and grammatical form? 8 Are there more response options than stems? Checklist for True or False Test Items 1 Is the item completely true or completely false? 2 Is the item written in simple, easy-to-follow statements? 3 Are negatives avoided? 4 Are absolutes such as “always” and “never” used sparingly or not at all? 5 Do items express only a single idea? 6 Is the use of unfamiliar vocabulary avoided? 7 Is the item or statement not lifted from the text, lecture or other materials? Yes No Yes No Checklist for Fill-in-the-Blank Test Items 1 Are the only significant words from the statement omitted? 2 Are only few items omitted from the statement so that the intended meaning is not lost? 3 Are obvious clues to the correct response avoided? 4 Is there only one correct response to the item? 5 Are grammatical clues to the correct response avoided? 6 Is the blank placed at the end of a statement rather than at the beginning?