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Accuracy in estimating knowledge with multiple-choice quizzes largely depends on the distractor discrepancy. The order and duration of distractor views provide significant information to itemize knowledge estimates and detect cheating. To date, a precise and accurate method for segmenting time spent for a single quiz item has not been developed. Th...
In the context of the COVID pandemic, there has dramatically increased the significance of distance learning technologies. Higher education will most probably increase their usage even after overcoming the coronavirus. This paper aims at assessing Russian university students’ readiness to exercise distance learning technologies. The survey within R...
Approbation of a novel knowledge testing methodology with the distractor view chronometry revealed four strategies for passing tests in a higher school. By decreasing the level of knowledge these strategies are: (1) recalling the answer from memory; (2) comparison of questions and distractors; (3) guessing; (4) searching for answers in external sou...