= multiple choice question.
A multiple choice question allows the student to select a single
or multiple responses from a pre-defined list, by clicking on the
= mcq - multiple answers.
This form of mcq lets the student choose several correct
responses: The student may tick the checkbox before all answers
that he/she believes to be correct.
= mcq - matching (text).
With a matching question, the answer to each of a number of
sub-questions must be selected by the student from a dropdown
list of possibilities (displayed as text).
= mcq - numerical.
In a numerical question the student will see several possible
answers starting with a number. In this case the student enters
the correct number in the input field.
= mcq - true/false.
A true/false question allows the student to select one response
from a pre-defined list of two options, such as:
speaking, "true" is related to 1 and "false" to 0, but this is
not always the case with Good and Bad: in the 'real world' the
moral statements "good" or "bad" are not per se the same as the
logical parameters 1 or 0. For the sake of simplicity, we will
use: good = 1 and bad = 0.)