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Am J Optom Physiol Opt. 1975 Jul;52(7):497-501.

The use of previously administered examinations for computer-assisted instruction.


Five-part multiple choice questions use the same procedure as many programmed texts developed for teaching purposes. However, the latter provide immediate feedback, reinforcing a correct answer and correcting a wrong response. Previously-used quizzes, entered into a computer, can provide a learning experience for new students. The computer responds immediately to each student answer, stating whether it is correct or not. If correct, the reason is presented. If incorrect, the reason is stated, and the correct answer is provided along with an explanation.

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