Multiple choice question presupposes that more than one answer may be correct. Multiple choice questions are less susceptible to guessing than true/false questions, making them a more reliable means of assessment.

Multiple choice question is best used for checking whether students have learned a series of facts or procedures that have more than one reasonable answer options. 

This is a short tutorial on how to create a multiple choice question.

Note: If you want to make it mandatory for a learner to tick a certain number of multiple choice answers, please add a question instruction and specify how many answers should be chosen.

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