Intertopical Sequencing of Multiple-Choice Questions: Effect on Exam Performance andTesting Time
Taylor & Francis Inc.
Journal of Education for Business
A study extends previous research on the relationship between student performance and intertopical sequencing of items on multiple-choice examinations. Students in college accounting courses were randomly administered one of two exam versions for each of six exams over the course of two semesters.
Recommended CitationSimons, Kathleen and Geiger, Marshall, "Intertopical Sequencing of Multiple-Choice Questions: Effect on Exam Performance andTesting Time" (1994). Accounting Journal Articles. Paper 89.