Alberta officials stick with multiple-choice tests

05/4/2010 | Edmonton Journal (Alberta), The

Grade 12 students in Alberta, Canada, will continue to take maths and science exams with only multiple-choice questions. The province dropped long-answer questions this year -- which had to be graded individually by teachers -- for multiple-choice exams that are scored by computers. Officials said there was little change in student scores after the switch.

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