Does partial scoring promote guessing?
Hello Articulate community,
I have a question for those who have used partial scoring when designing tests in Articulate or another tool. I have a project where I have been asked to implement partial scoring but my first reaction was I felt that it would promote guessing. Am I incorrect with my judgement? (e.g. Question type: select all that apply, 3 out of the 5 are correct , each correct answer is worth 1 and each incorrect answer is -1) If I were to select them all I could still gain a mark for my efforts. Is the all or nothing approach a better alternative? If anyone has any great examples/best practices that they can share in regards to partial scoring that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.