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The Aiken format is a very simple way of creating multiple choice questions using a clear human-readable format. The question must be all on one line.  Each answer must start with a single-letter character, followed by a period '.' or a bracket ')', then a space.  The answer line must immediately follow, starting with "ANSWER:" and then giving the appropriate letter. Here is an example of the format:
 
The Aiken format is a very simple way of creating multiple choice questions using a clear human-readable format. The question must be all on one line.  Each answer must start with a single-letter character, followed by a period '.' or a bracket ')', then a space.  The answer line must immediately follow, starting with "ANSWER:" and then giving the appropriate letter. Here is an example of the format:
  
<pre>What is the correct answer to this question?
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How is today's breakfast?
A. Is it this one?
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A. Good
B. Maybe this answer?
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B. Average
C. Possibly this one?
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C. Bad
D. Must be this one!
 
ANSWER: D
 
  
Which LMS has the most quiz import formats?
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How is the today's lunch?
A) Moodle
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A) Good
B) ATutor
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B) average
C) Claroline
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C) Bad
D) Blackboard
 
E) WebCT
 
F) Ilias
 
ANSWER: A</pre>
 
  
===Hints and Tips===
 
  
* Use a text editor to write the questions.
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How is the today's Dinner?
  
==See also==
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A) Good
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B) Average
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C) Bad
  
*[[Import questions]]
 
*[[GIFT]]
 
  
[[Category:Questions]]
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How is the cleanliness of the plates?
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A) Good
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B) Average
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C) Bad

Revision as of 09:12, 31 October 2008

The Aiken format is a very simple way of creating multiple choice questions using a clear human-readable format. The question must be all on one line. Each answer must start with a single-letter character, followed by a period '.' or a bracket ')', then a space. The answer line must immediately follow, starting with "ANSWER:" and then giving the appropriate letter. Here is an example of the format:

How is today's breakfast? A. Good B. Average C. Bad

How is the today's lunch? A) Good B) average C) Bad


How is the today's Dinner?

A) Good B) Average C) Bad


How is the cleanliness of the plates? A) Good B) Average C) Bad