A computerized test generator has been developed which allows greater latitude, than do exsisting test generators in selecting specific subject areas from which the test is to be produced. The instructor may select test items from up to 6,000 subject areas and specifiy number and type of questions to be selected from each area. It is being used for a course in which the catergorization scheme allows subject areas to be selected from 760 different objectives. Students respond on mark sense test forms which are machine scored, analyzed, stored, and listed by the computer.



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