The Fallacy of Hard Tests

June 18, 2007 at 5:26 am Leave a comment

“Was it all multiple choice?” I asked. “And how did they grade it?” I was thinking of my own exams. “Did they count only the right answers?”. When he said Yes to all the questions questions, I did not have the heart to tell him what I knew as a mathematical certainty—that the exam was, like most graduate medical exams, virtually a complete fraud.

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