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Re: OT: grading multiple choice



also sprach Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson@cox.net> [2003.07.19.1638 +0200]:
> Presumably the answers have been encoded into a text or binary
> file of some sort?

Yes. One file per student, one line per question, of the following
format:

  01: ab
  02: ce
  03: d
  04: acd
  [...]

> Have you looked in Freshmeat?

Yes. There are web-based systems (which I may use next time), or
complete suites, but nothing that can just do the analysis without
administering the actual exam... and I think I looked quite closely
(which is what I usually try to do -- the homework -- before posting
to d-u...)

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