[Owasp-cert] Deadlines for August

Matthew Chalmers matthew.chalmers at owasp.org
Fri Jul 25 20:53:14 EDT 2008

No offense to James but again I agree with David. I think pure
multiple-guess should be avoided--not to mention a pure multiple-guess
product that's been rushed because of concerns with time to market or
delivering 'something ok' sooner rather than 'something good' later.


On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 7:40 PM, David H. <dmalloc at users.sourceforge.net>

> > If we stick to simple multiple choice for the first exam, it means that
> we
> > have delivered something of value and can in the meantime buy us more
> time
> > to work on more complex scenarios.
> >
> That is exactly what I try to dispute. I do not see any value in
> Multiple Choice Questionaires not even when you are purely testing for
> relearned value. That stems from a long history with Multiple Choice
> Tests and the desire to create meaningful exams for a new paradigm of
> learning.
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