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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article discusses and analyses a multiple-choice testing technique in national context according to 5 main principles (reliability, content validity, practicality, wash back and authenticity) of testing

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281

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284

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1. Brown, D. (2010). Language Assessment: Principles and classroom practices. White Plain, NY: Pearson. 2. Coombe, C., Folse, K, & Hubley, N. (2007). A practical guide to assessing English language 3. learners. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. 4. Halvorsen, A., (2016) Advanced Certification in English Language Teaching (ACE) Course 2 University of Oregon Week 3 required reading. 5. Puppin, L., (2007) A Paradigm Shift: From Paper-and-Pencil Tests to Performance- Based Assessment, English teaching forum, Number 4.

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