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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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A Guide to Medical Teachers for Analysis Distractors Options

Author: HABIBOLAH REZAEI, NASRIN DEHGHANI
Abstract: Medical examination data needs to be evaluated using psychometric methods in order to improve the quality of assessments. One type of medical examination question is multiple choice question that have two parts included a stem and options. There is not appropriate guide for analysis of distractors options. We execute some workshops in Iran for medical teachers in domain of item and test analysis and find a solution for analysis of distractors options. First, Items should be modified if students consistently fail to select certain distractors options. Second, account percentage of student (ratio of student) that select correct answer then divided residual percentage to number of distractors options. This is ideal percentage (ratio) for select any distractors options but in practice, probability of equal select of distractors options is low therefore we should determinate confidence interval for any of distractors options.
Keyword: MCQS,CTT,PYSCHOMETRIC
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.028
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