ServSafe alcohol item review workshop

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Title: ServSafe alcohol item review workshop
Author: Sackler, Warren
Abstract: The goal of any test item is to separate individuals who have complete understanding of the concept being tested from those who do not. The most commonly used type of item in licensure and certification testing is the multiple-choice item. The purpose of this manual is to assist test developers in becoming more skilled in writing multiple-choice test items. Preparing multiple-choice items may appear to be a relatively simple task, given the familiarity with the subject matter, but in reality it requires a great deal of patience and skill.
Description: Contents: Confidentiality and nondisclosure agreement, Preparing multiple-choice items for the National Restaurant Association Solutions, Responsible alcohol service content outline, ServSafe and ServSafe Alcohol style guide, instructions for reviewing items.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/8041
Date: 2008

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