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Quiz on Checkbox Question

Checkbox questions of Library and Information Science are a variation of multiple choice question in which the student is allowed to choose more than one choice or answer from a given choices. Checkbox questions are also known as multiple true / false questions (MTF or MTFQ) or multiple selection questions or multiple response questions (MRQ) or multiple choice-multiple answer questions.

The checkbox questions of NTA NET Examination test factual recall rather than application of knowledge. However, checkbox questions can be designed to test higher levels of understanding and application of knowledge. This type of question has the advantage over MCQ in that the student must evaluate each possible answer, rather than selecting one correct answer. Unlike MCQs, there is little cuing of the student in checkbox questions, since all possible answers must be evaluated. Multiple response questions are normally more difficult to answer compared to multiple choice questions because the participant needs to simultaneously consider more information.

Now that you know about checkbox questions, try the following Library and Information Science related quiz and mock test for checkbox questions / multiple true false (MTF) / multiple selection / multiple response (MRQ) for NTA UGC NET / SET / JRF, KVS, NVS and other competitive examination. 

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