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In the case of a paper based test the same can be done on the question paper itself.
Reviewing and summarizing helpful points from the studies which used computer test versions, intended structure and output of the device were designed and, later, features and function of the device was compared to paper based test.
Weiner [39] studied the equality of computer base and paper based tests.
51 per cent preferred computer based testing for more sensitive tests and 34 per cent liked paper based tests better.
Similarly, Zandvleit and Farragher (1997) also found no significant difference between computer and paper based test scores (also with no indication of proctoring) in an adult education introductory computer science class.
For instance, compared to paper based tests, some academic staff members felt there was a lack of individual comments in CBA with a lengthy written answer format.
The British Council is seeking the supply of a marking solution to support the marking of pen and paper based tests.