Guidelines aim to improve test accessibility

Striking the right balance on accessible tests is often difficult, but researchers hope a new set of guidelines will help design fairer tests. Creating multiple-choice items with only three choices or eliminating unnecessary illustrations may help students with special needs focus more on the problem, researchers say.

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