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Multiple Choice Question Helper

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Type: Multiple-choice question preparation, administration, scoring, and review.
Computer: Apple lle computer with an 80-column text card and one disk drive.
Format: Separate fast and slow versions of two 5¼-inch floppy diskettes.
Language: Applesoft Basic.
Documentation: Fourteen-page user's manual.
Publisher:L.I.G. Worthley, M.B., B.S.; Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Royal Adelaide Hospital., North Terrace; Adelaide, South Australia 5000: .

Ann Intern Med. 1986;105(5):817-818. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-105-5-817_3
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Multiple choice question helper is a menu-driven program that permits the user to construct and review a test of multiple-choice questions. The system also administers the items and provides item analysis. The package consists of four diskettes, two for fast execution and two for slow execution. The programs are contained on a "master" diskette, and sample questions are provided on a "master files" diskette. Even the fast version is relatively slow and is limited in use because commas and colons cannot be used as punctuation. Only one disk drive is required, but an option for two would be more convenient


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