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Question Deficiencies Description

Please read the following description of QDs to help you understand the meaning.

Question deficiencies(QD)

Descriptions


QD1: This question is grammatically correct.

If you believe the question is grammatically correct, please select YES.

If you are not sure, please select NOT SURE.

If you believe the question has a grammatical error(s), please select NO and state the reason.


QD2: This question is understandable.

If you understand the question, please select YES.

If you are uncertain about the question, please select NOT SURE.

If you do not understand due to the technical terms used, please select NO and state the reason.


QD3: This question is within the context.

If you believe the question is within the context of this subject, please select YES.

If you are not sure, please select NOT SURE.

If the question is not appropriate for this subject, please select NO and state the reason.


QD4: This question is useful.

If you believe the question is helpful in assessing student understanding, please select YES.

If you are not sure, please select NOT SURE.

If you believe the question is not helpful for assessment purposes, please select NO and state the reason.


QD5: The question word is accurate.

Question word is a function word used to ask a question, such as 'what', 'explain', and 'define'.

If you believe the question word is correct, please select YES.

If you are not sure, please select NOT SURE.

If you believe the question use wrong question word, please select NO and state the reason.