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Supply and Selection
Supply and selection

The distinction between supply and selection is often discussed in the context of objectivity, an issue that is related to the reliability of an assessment. Objectivity means that there is an absence of inconsistency in marking and grading, arising from subjective judgements or inadvertent bias on the part of the question-setter or marker.

Supply-Type Questions

There is a hierarchy among supply-type items in which short-answer items can assess knowledge, ...

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