Some articles on multiple, choice, multiple choice tests, tests:
... game Rally-X was the first game to feature background music, and allowed scrolling in multiple directions, both vertical and horizontal, and it was possible to pull the screen quickly in either direction ... in 1983 and featured improvements, such as giving the player the choice of different race courses as well as more colourful landscapes lined with ... It was notable for giving the player the non-linear choice of which route to take through the game and the choice of soundtrack to listen to while driving, represented as ...
... the limited types of knowledge that can be assessed by multiple choice tests ... Multiple choice tests are best adapted for testing well-defined or lower-order skills ... better assessed through short-answer and essay tests ...
... This arrangement had the advantage of having a good multiple-hit capability and of being able to be curved, allowing the main armour to benefit from a sloped armour ... this arrangement offered a better shaped charge protection, its multiple hit capability was poor ... missiles caused considerable tank losses on the Israeli side—made Burlington the preferred choice for the armour configuration of the XM1 (the renamed XM815 ...
Famous quotes containing the words tests, multiple and/or choice:
“Every perversion has survived many tests of its capabilities.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“... the generation of the 20s was truly secular in that it still knew its theology and its varieties of religious experience. We are post-secular, inventing new faiths, without any sense of organizing truths. The truths we accept are so multiple that honesty becomes little more than a strategy by which you manage your tendencies toward duplicity.”
—Ann Douglas (b. 1942)
“European society has always been divided into classes in a way that American society never has been. A European writer considers himself to be part of an old and honorable traditionof intellectual activity, of lettersand his choice of a vocation does not cause him any uneasy wonder as to whether or not it will cost him all his friends. But this tradition does not exist in America.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)