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Default CAT (Computerized Adaptive Testing)

"The NCLEX? examination, administered via CAT, uses items with a variety of response formats, such as, single response multiple choice, multiple response, fill-in-the-blank, drag and drop, etc. and a variety of display formats, such as, chart/exhibit displays, tables, graphic images, etc. Regardless of the response or display formats, all items are scored as right or wrong; there is no partial credit".

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