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Re: number of alternatives?
Well, it could be a Google Spreadsheet, at least at first. -Matt
2009/9/9 Jorge LlambÃas <email@example.com>:
> On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 5:26 PM, Pierre Abbat <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> 1. cnoblo
>> 2. conlo'i
>> 3. coiblo
>> A. ro di'u dunsi'u
>> B. le pamoi cu frica le remoi .e le cimoi
>> C. le remoi cu frica le cimoi .e le pamoi
>> D. le cimoi cu frica le pamoi .e le remoi
>> E. ro di'u ficysi'u
> ("ro di'u" should be "lo ro di'u" or "lo'i ro di'u", otherwise you get
> "each of them".)
> Without knowing any of the rafsi, we know that if they were all
> different, B, C, D and E would all be true, therefore they can't all
> be different, therefore we can eliminate E. I think you need to change
> "frica" to "dunli" and ".e" to ".enai" in B, C, D.
>> I think that questions should be organized into sections, so that instructions
>> can be given once per section. So we have:
>> You pick at random a subset of the question groups whose numbers of questions
>> add up to the section's number of questions, then pick at random questions
>> from each section group.
> Sounds good.
> Is there some convenient way of storing the database online someplace
> so that authorized people can add questions to the base and then
> reviewers can revise them, add comments, etc, before the question gets
> approved for testing? Also, each question should have some indication
> of which level test it is for, which could be revised in case the
> question turns out to be too easy or too difficult for that level.
> mu'o mi'e xorxes