In designing your MCQs, you must:
indicate the topic your question relates to and address the learning outcomes of that topic. provide an explanation of the correct answer, including details of the sources that you used to develop the MCQ (e.g. textbooks,auditing standards, etc). This explanation will be displayed to students once they have attempted your MCQ, and it will allow them to further investigate the concepts covered in the MCQ.
When rating a question, you should be judging three things:
1. Does the question address one or more of the subject learning outcomes? 2. Is the question of high enough quality that it could appear in the final exam? 3. Is the explanation provided with the question sufficient so that if someone answered the question incorrectly the explanation would help them to understand what they have