5 General Rules for Workplace Tests Part-1
Do Not Trick Them
If you have not taught “it” in the training, it should not be on the test. In addition, your test questions should be stated in the same manner they were stated/taught in the class. For example: if you teach the three characteristics of steel, don’t ask: Which one of these is NOT a characteristic of steel. It’s hard for most people to have success with “null” answers and more importantly, why reinforce what you don’t want them to remember?