- Answer Untill Correct (AUC) – test-taker selects answer, then receives feedback if correct or not, if not –> test-takers selects next answer etc.: http://www.epsteineducation.com/home/about/how.aspx
- Discrete Option Multiple Choice (DOMC) – test-taker is only shown one answering option of an mc question at a time, student must select correct answer when it is displayed: http://goo.gl/9ptvx
- Certainty Based Marking (CBM) – test-taker must provide certainty level of being correct for each option in an mc question: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lapt/index.htm
- NEW! Confidence Based Marking – seems an interesting variant of Certainty Based Marking (but uses the old term of Gardner-Medwin for it unfortunately) – first, the test-takers only sees the stimulus, then rates confidence of being able to answer correctly, then is presented all options and then selects the correct option: http://goo.gl/fa6rf
- Number right elimination testing (NRET) – a variant of elimination testing (ET) – mark incorrect answers, mark correct answer and provide certainty level for it: http://www.ifets.info/journals/14_4/10.pdf
- Liberal (Free-Choice) Multiple-Choice Tests – test-taker may select any option of an mc question but correct option is awarded 3 points, any incorrect selected option is awarded -1 point. Main idea: System discourages guessing: http://pareonline.net/pdf/v11n8.pdf, try it at https://quizslides.com/#0/6
So many ideas!